New York Times financial columnist and author Ron Lieber’s new book, The Price You Pay for College, provides a roadmap to help families navigate the often difficult and confusing journey of preparing for college. In this discussion with Rick Ferri, Ron will touch on the most important college-planning topics, from choosing the right school to figuring out the right ways to save, borrow, and bargain for a better deal.
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Ferri Investment Solutions
New York Times
Your Money Columnist
Rick Ferri has over 30-years of experience in the adviser industry. He began his career in 1989 as a Wall Street broker, and in 1999, founded one of the nation’s first low-fee portfolio management companies. Rick grew assets at his firm to over $1.5 billion before the firm was purchased by a private equity investor. Today, he is the founder and CEO of Ferri Investment Solutions where he advises affluent do-it-yourself individuals and the trustees pension funds and non-profit organizations on an as-needed basis for a fixed hourly fee. Rick has published extensively on the benefits of low-cost investing, including several books on index funds, ETFs, and asset allocation. He also writes for Forbes.com and The Wall Street Journal, and is the creator and host of the “Bogleheads On Investing” podcast, a program sponsored by the John C. Bogle Center for Financial Literacy, a 501(C)3 organization dedicated to helping individuals learn to invest better and with less cost.