Financial advisors make Honor Roll
CHARLESTON — Fifty-two West Virginia investment professionals have been named to the sixteenth annual SMART529 Honor Roll for encouraging families to save for higher education.
“West Virginia’s financial advisors play a valuable role in helping many families prepare for future costs associated with college,” said State Treasurer John Perdue, who serves as chairman of the SMART529 program’s governing board. “Our SMART529 Honor Roll recognizes those who have excelled in spreading the word on the advantages of the state’s SMART529 education savings plan.”
Financial advisors named to the 2018 SMART529 Honor Roll were rated on both the number of new accounts opened and total dollars invested in the SMART529 program.
Among the investment professionals receiving the 2018 award are: Lisa Cain of Edward Jones, Buckhannon and Luann Creager of Good Life Financial LLC, Green Bank.