David Lerner Associates: Grandparents and College: Be Careful not to Jeopardize Financial Aid
As we discussed in a recent article, some families are turning to grandparents to help ease the burden of paying for a college education.
David Lerner Associates: Should You Buy or Rent Your Home?
Home ownership has often been called "the American dream." But this dream turned into a nightmare for many Americans a few years ago when the real estate bubble burst and housing prices plunged in many areas of the country.
David Lerner Associates : How Grandparents Can Help Save For College
With the cost of college continuing to rise faster than the rate of inflation, getting a college degree has become increasingly difficult for many American families. Some families are turning to grandparents to help ease the college savings financial burden
David Lerner Associates: Watch Out For the Grandparent Scam
A new type of scam has recently popped up that specifically targets seniors. It’s called the "grandparent scam" and it hits seniors where many are potentially most vulnerable: their love for their grandchildren
David Lerner Associates: Watch Out for the Grandparent Scam
A new type of scam has recently popped up that specifically targets seniors. It's called the "Grandparent Scam," and it hits seniors where many are potentially most vulnerable: their love for their grandchildren.
David Lerner Associates: Taking Care of Your Aging Parents (Part 1)
Your parents need you, and you need help. This is the first of our 3 part series on caring for your parents as they get older.
David Lerner Associates: Taking Care of Your Aging Parents (Part 2)
This is Part 2 of a 3 part series on taking care of your aging parents. This time we will be focusing on different types of support available for your parents as well as yourself.
How Millennials are Changing the Student Loan Cycle
91 percent of millennial parents are determined not to perpetuate the loan cycle with their children. This is considerably higher than other generations - 76pecent of parents ages 36-45 and 74 percent of parents ages 46-55 said that debt caused them to use other strategies to cover college costs.