Local expert co-authors book to help guide families through the overwhelming and often brutal experience of college admissions and financial planning.ORANGE, CA – 08-30-2017 — The book, Secrets of a College Financial Aid Expert, co-authored by Martin Shapiro, CFP, MSFS is a great resource for families navigating the college planning process. Whether students are looking for guidance in choosing the right major or even the right college, look no further. This book helps answer the biggest question plaguing college bound families. How to pay for college?

“I’m thrilled to assist parents and students to have an amazing college experience, to pay as little as possible for college, and use the most tax efficient dollars,” says Shapiro.

Martin Shapiro has been serving clients for over 30 years, most of those with the CFP (Certified Financial Planner) designation. He is passionate about education both for himself and for everyone around him. His financial expertise makes him uniquely qualified to help families with students looking to further their education.

“This in turn helps parents have a more secure retirement and possibly retire earlier than previously planned,” says Shapiro.

Martin does a tremendous amount of volunteering in the community and nothing excites him more than helping someone learn! His co-authoring of this book is yet another way he can teach and help those around him. This allows many to benefit from his massive knowledge. Parents and students can learn more information on this book and upcoming workshops at . Be sure to reserve a spot for the October 2017 workshop!

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Martin Shapiro at 1-800-956-4782 or email at [email protected] .

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