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A Look at College Savings Options

A Look at College Savings Options

As time goes by, planning for a child’s college education is more challenging than ever before. The saving or investing method you choose will depend on your child’s age, as well as your financial resources. Other considerations, such as your preference for public or...
ABCs of Investing for College

ABCs of Investing for College

Invest early. Invest often. Invest for growth. These are the basic principles of saving for your child’s college education. The earlier you begin a savings program, the more time you have to benefit from the power of compound interest. For example, if you start saving...
Sticker Shock: Creative Ways to Lower the Cost of College

Sticker Shock: Creative Ways to Lower the Cost of College

Even with all of your savvy college shopping and research about financial aid, college costs may still be prohibitive. At these prices, you expect you’ll need to make substantial financial sacrifices to send your child to college. Or maybe your child won’t...
529 Plans vs. Other College Savings Options

529 Plans vs. Other College Savings Options

529 plans can be a great way to save for college, but they’re not the only way. When you’re investing for a major goal like education, it makes sense to be familiar with all of your options. Mutual funds Mutual funds are an option to save for college...
7 Helpful Ways to Start Building a College Fund

7 Helpful Ways to Start Building a College Fund

  Building a College Fund Do it smartly, without the all-too-common missteps. According to Sallie Mae, U.S. families with one or more college students spent an average of $24,164 on tuition, housing, and linked expenses in 2015. That was 16% more than in 2014.1...
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