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Financial Advisors

Ann Alsina of Covington Alsina is available to our clients to answer questions about saving for and paying for college without messing up your retirement. Having a financial plan early will make a big difference.

Recommended Reading

From an expert on higher education and the author of the New York Times bestseller There Is Life After College, comes a revealing look at college admissions that draws on embedded observations of admissions officers and yields practical advice and helpful strategies for navigating the system.
For many, the college admissions process feels like a zero-sum game. For frustrated parents and their heartbroken teenagers who’ve been rejected by their top school, searching and applying to college has become a nightmare. Admissions scandals are front-page news. But the reality is, there are plenty of spots available at US campuses for the nearly 2 million high school graduates who plan to attend college. In Who Gets In and Why higher education expert Jeffrey Selingo pulls back the curtain …

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 Fantastic Read!

“Paterno offers refreshingly honest insights into the inscrutable world of college admissions and financial aid. This meticulously researched work is highly recommended for parents and guardians intent on understanding and navigating the college admissions morass.” –Library Journal, starred review


Susan F. Paterno is the director of the journalism program at Chapman University in Orange, California. An award-winning journalist with more than twenty years’ experience, she has written for the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and U.S. News & World Report. As senior writer for American Journalism Review, she won a landmark ruling to protect journalists in the state of California. She has collaborated on a half dozen books, including the Newswriter’s Handbook and Talk Straight, Listen Carefully with M. L. Stein.

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