Financial Advisor Jude Offiah Offers Expert Tips on Financial Planning for College Education

Financial Advisor Jude Offiah Offers Expert Tips on Financial Planning for Your Child’s College Education.

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK / ACCESSWIRE / October 9, 2020 / Deciding to have children is a major familial and financial decision. This is a time in your life when you may feel burdened by financial responsibilities, such as paying off mortgages, saving for retirement, or even paying down your own student loan debt. However, for many parents, paying for a child’s education, or even simply creating a substantial college fund, is a major financial priority as well. Financial advisor Jude Offiah recently offered her expert tips on planning financially for your child’s college education.

“It seems selfish to many parents, but financial planners typically recommend prioritizing your own retirement savings over college savings,” Jude Offiah said. “However, this tactic is actually in the child’s best interest as well. There may be additional funding options for

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After 40 years in medicine, here’s what a Maine addiction expert has learned about alcohol, opioids and public health

When The New York Times, the Washington Post and news agencies across Maine have needed to understand the opioid epidemic and the policies emerging in response to it, they have often turned to a specialist in addiction medicine working in Portland, Dr. Mark Publicker. Unafraid to criticize redundant task forces and barriers to treatment, his advocacy led to better policy and saved lives, said those who learned of his impending retirement online.

As the pandemic complicates the more hidden challenge of addiction, Publicker, 70, will retire from his private practice at the end of the year, after 40 years in medicine. He recently spoke about his career and the changing upheavals of the opioid crisis. Today, synthetic opioids, including fentanyl, are the most common drugs involved in drug overdose deaths in the United States.

Dr. Mark Publicker will retire from his private practice in Portland at the end of the
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Safety tips on virtual learning from a cyber security expert

Safety tips for virtual learning from a cyber security expert


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JENNIFER: AS STUDENTS CONTINUE VIRTUALLY LEARNING, YOU MAY HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT CYBER SECURITY. KIDS CAN BECOME EASY TARGETS FOR HACKERS. JOINING US WITH TIPS ON HOW TO STAY SAFE, CYBER SECURITY EXPERT GREG STEWART. GOOD MORNING. SO NICE TO SEE YOU. >> GOOD MORNING, JEN. GOOD TO SEE YOU. >> OH, SO YOU HAVE TIPS FOR EVERYONE TO STAY SAFE. WHAT WOULD BE THE NUMBER ONE TO THINK TO START WITH? >> I WOULD START WITH A LOT OF THE SCHOOLS PROVIDE DEVICES TO THE STUDENTS, AND WE SUPPORT SOME OF THOSE SCHOOLS. SO THE FIRST THING IS START WITH WHAT THE SCHOOL TELLS YOU TO DO WITH THE DEVICE. THAT’S NUMBER ON IF YOU USE YOUR OWN PERSONAL DEVICE, NOT PROVIDED BY THE SCHOOL, MAKE SURE YOU KEEP

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