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Podcast: How Proper College Planning Helps Make Smarter Choices

T Benner
Thomas W. Benner, CFP® is Vice President - Financial Planning Officer and can be reached at TBenner@cnbank.com or 585-419-0670 x50689.

We hope you enjoyed listening to "Ask the Experts" on 1180 WHAM, Sunday, Sept. 30th at 8pm.

Ask the Experts is CNB's financial forum for education and advice as local experts answer your questions on financial topics that interest you. The experts of the last call included Thomas Benner, Vice President and Financial Planning Officer.


Highlights From the Show
Audio Clip

1. Dealing with Rising Costs of Tuition.

 
 

2. Strategy for lowering your tuition bill.

 
 

3. How students can leverage first year college grades.

 
 

4. When should you start planning for college?

 
 

5. Smart college planning can benefit your overall financial plan.

 
 

6. Who can I contact at CNB to setup a personal consultation?
Kirsten Johnson at KJohnson@cnbank.com or call 585-419-0670 ext. 36067

 
 

You can also listen to the broadcast in its entirety here:

 
 

For questions, feel free to contact Thomas Benner.

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