Financial and emotional burden in today’s youth sport

John Amaechi, Mike Tromley, and Travis Dorsch successful story represent the dreams of many children, and more often their parents.  Amaechi picked up basketball when he was 17, left for Ohio to finish high school, and six years later started to play for the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers. Trombley went to Duke University without an athletic …

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Competitive sports at what costs?

A mother, also a wealth management advisor, that helps people to achieve financial goals, one day stopped and wondered, how much of her son’s college she could pay for if she placed all the money spend on competitive baseball he played, into a 529 college saving plan. Here’s what she found out. My eldest son, …

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