Financial Documents Every College Student Should Have

Gail Cohen, Chair and General Trust Counsel, offers tips for parents of college-bound students

08.29.2016 - Gail E. Cohen

In a recent interview with WSJ Lunch Break, Gail Cohen, Chair and General Trust Counsel of Fiduciary Trust, offers helpful tips on important financial documents every college student should have. Having these essential documents in place can provide parents with peace of mind and offer their children added security.


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