How do I Educate my Children without going Broke? with Total Clarity Wealth Management


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Sections to be Covered:

1. College Matters

2. College Costs

3. Financial Aid

4. Saving & Investing


About Our Speakers:

Chris Vivian: Chris is an investment advisory representative with Total Clarity Wealth Management, Inc. as well as a registered representative with LPL Financial, a full-service broker/dealer, providing financial planning, investment advice, and full-service brokerage capabilities.

Kathleen Panek-Rickerson: Kathleen is a Financial Advisor and Wealth Manager who loves to help businesses and families build a solid foundation. She helps by managing and organizing your financials, positioning assets and investments, analyzing market trends, reducing financial risk, and preparing financial plans. Ultimately guiding you to the financial goals you want to achieve. 

Terry Murphy: Terry is the president and co-founder of Total Clarity Wealth Management, Inc., with office locations throughout the Chicago area. As an independent investment advisory representative with over 20 years of experience, he is registered to offer a wide variety of investment options. In addition, he is licensed to offer life, health, disability, and long-term care insurance.

Brent Fields: Brent has been helping individuals and families build a solid financial future since 1998. He gains an in-depth understanding of each family in order to identify and address their unique issues and goals. Whether you are just starting out financially, building your career and raising a family, preparing for your retirement years, or already enjoying them, Brent can help you navigate through the calm waters and the “financial storms” of your particular stage of life.


There is no assurance that the techniques and strategies discussed are suitable for all investors or will yield positive outcomes. The purchase of certain securities may be required to effect some of the strategies. Investing involves risks including possible loss of principal.