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My good friend and financial coach Jon White, giving a new perspective on your money, shares 3 ways to pay for your child’s college education. It pays to plan ahead and either take advantage of tax-favored accounts (529 or ESA … Continue reading
A College Degree Won’t Guarantee Financial Success There are a lot of people these days heading back to school to get a higher education. I’ve talked to quite a few of them who are pursuing a college degree in an … Continue reading
Don Current from CurrentFinances.com asks another question about saving for kid’s college. You should save for your child’s college education… A) In an Educational Savings Account (ESA) B) In a 529 Plan C) After consulting with a professional to see … Continue reading
Our question for today is provided by Don Current of CurrentFinances.com. Question: You should begin saving for your child’s college education… A) When they start Kindergarten B) When they are born C) After your own retirement plan is in place … Continue reading
Living In Financial Excellence Episode 12: What bank accounts you really do need (and don’t need). June 16, 2010. I get asked a lot about how many checking or savings accounts we should really have and what each account is … Continue reading
Funding college without student loans. Written by Matt Wegner Founder and Lead Counselor, Matt Wegner Coaching, www.financialexcellence.net The cost of attending college is rising more and more each year. Just a few weeks ago, the University of Wisconsin school system … Continue reading