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The Silent Killer, Student Loans

This is a very large subject and will certainly require additional posts, but I chose this as my first post because I have major heartburn with it. 1,049 more words

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How to Start College Investing for Your Child with a 529 Plan.

One of my gripes with the American education system is the lack of teachings about finances in high school and in college.

I got to a master’s level of education without one class required to teach me about a mutual fund, index fund, or IRA account!

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529 Day Inspired Learning Giveaway

PROMOTION INFORMATION

At GET we believe that learning doesn’t begin or end in the classroom. It starts with the first question, and draws on the world around us for inspiration. 460 more words

How to Plan for the Financial Security of Your Family

Guest writer for The Hanley Home Tea Blog – Jackie Waters

As a parent, from the day your baby comes bursting into the world, you are going to want what’s best for them. 787 more words

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College Financial Aid Planning: Individuals who want to attend college but cannot afford the costs outright must find alternative funding through various types of financial aid. 1,169 more words

Higher Education: College Saving and Funding Strategies

College is an investment in your child’s future. It requires a savings commitment and knowledge of funding methods. Having a son that is graduating from college this year, I can tell you that college can be quite expensive. 480 more words

Educate Me: 529 Plans

There is no doubt college is an expensive endeavor. In fact, approximately 70% college students have student loan debt. If possible, one of the best ways to avoid college debt is to save up for it, and there are many ways to do this. 704 more words