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Saving for College

Open the doors to better opportunities

Are you planning to help your children, grandchildren or another child close to you with their education expenses? Or thinking of taking classes yourself? Only 39 percent of families made a plan for paying for all two or four years of college, according to a new Sallie Mae report, “How America Pays for College 2017.” Creating a college savings plan begins by defining your educational needs and preferences. Answering these questions can help you get started:

  • Would you prefer a private or a public school?
  • What will it cost? How much is too much? Make sure you take college inflation rates into account.
  • How long will it take, or how long do you have, to save?

We know that these questions aren’t always easy to answer. That’s why at BDS Financial we will work closely with you to find all available options to get you where you want to be.


Our focus is on you and your goals. We know planning out your finances can be daunting, stressful and time-consuming. However, this is why we are here to take all these elements out of the equation and help you get on the right path to success. Schedule an appointment and let’s get to know you, your goals and how we are going to get you there!


Risk Management

Are your ready for the unexpected?


Financial Planning

Are your financial goals secure?


Retirement Planning

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Are you prepared for retirement?


Investment Planning

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Are your investments on the right path?


Tax Planning

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Changes to your finances this year?


Estate Planning

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Do you have a protection plan in place?


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