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Postcards of the Great War 40

Special Constables always seemed a good source of humour both in Punch and, as here, on postcards.

Artist – Douglas Tempest, Published by Bamforth & Co. 10 more words

Art

Benefits of a 529

Few people know that child support typically ends at age 18.  They’re not thinking about who is going to pay for college and all of the expenses that ensue with college attendance. 154 more words

Mortgage Questions

College 529 Plans - Investing in your future

It’s important to save for your kids college expenses.  529 plans are a great way to automatically stash a monthly pre-set amount into an investment fund.   67 more words

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Spirits & The Melchizedek Children, 100 Watt Horse at 529

We love Mondays at 529. Excellent music, donations accepted; it always has a very chummy feel as Atlantans in the know get together, and pretend the weekend isn’t quite over yet. 178 more words

Atlanta Music

Are Today’s Teens Smarter About Saving for College?

Shana Lebowitz
Posted on LearnVest, May 20, 2014

In between Snapchatting and updating their Facebook statuses, today’s teens are apparently spending their time thinking about how to pay for college. 222 more words

Budget

Saving for college: Coverdell vs. 529

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — September is College Savings Month in Tennessee, so how much do you have set aside? Saving can be tough for many families in this post-recession economy. 566 more words

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Looking into Solutions for College Funding? Basics of the 529 Plan


“However, the named beneficiary isn’t the only one who can take advantage of what’s been saved up in his 529 plan. If your child who is the beneficiary chooses not to go to college, the account owner, or you, the parent, can change to any immediate family member who will go to college, or even to descendants of the named beneficiary. 55 more words