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Parents need to do estate planning

For a parent, estate planning is especially important. The first priority is to make sure your children are protected in the event that something happens to you. 18 more words

College or retirement – Which should you fund first?

Saving for your children’s education or your own retirement – how do you decide which is more important? A typical retirement will generally last longer and cost more than your child’s education. 35 more words

Financial Planning: The Who, What, Why, When, and Where of a 529 plan

By the Team at Options for College Success

Saving and paying for college, post-secondary programming, and training is incredibly difficult to say the least. If your student has learning challenges and disabilities, there are places to turn to for help with educational funding on a state and federal level. 92 more words

Special Education

529 Plan: Never Too Early to Save for College

By Ryan Crawley

One of the biggest concerns as your child gets older is college. Of course, you are going to have worries about which college your kid is going to attend. 784 more words


2017 August Passive Income Review

August was an average month for passive income. Compare to the second month of  last quarter, passive income went up by about $300. This increase was due to my company moving it’s dividend distribution from July to August. 289 more words

Women Finances

Back to School

I wanted to take a short break from the series of blogs I’ve been writing to talk about the ever-growing, ever-looming issue of college tuition. For the time being, I only have to worry about sports fees and music music lessons but I know that in the blink of an eye I’m going to have two children in college at the same time.   589 more words

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