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How Can You Help with Their College Expenses?

If you have children or grandchildren who have not yet completed their college education, you may be wondering how to help them achieve that goal. Two popular choices are the 529 College Education Plan and an Education Trust. 421 more words

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3 Things to Know About Paying For College [VIDEO]

There’s 73 million children Living in America today and the choices they make will impact the future of your family. Unfortunately, there’s no single formula for success. 237 more words

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Paying for School

Saving for school can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be if you take the steps early and know your options. 443 more words

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This past week was Addie’s 2nd birthday. People aren’t joking when they say that time really does fly when you have a child. I attribute this to the lack of sleep. 890 more words

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How To Pay For College: 6 Smart Tips

It’s no secret that college is expensive. In fact, many colleges now cost over $50,000 a year when you include tuition, room and board, and other expenses. 397 more words

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Paying for College After Freshman Year

Where to find money for year two and beyond.

by Anne Vaccaro Brady

Yes, your family found a way to pay your freshman’s college tuition bill, which might have  included using one-and-done local scholarships, Grandma’s contribution to the 529 account and/or cashing in your kid’s savings bonds. 1,009 more words

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Financial Independence Progress Report for December 2015

12/25/2015 Emergency Fund ($72K) 100.0% 100.0% College Fund (80K) 38.05% 38.08% Passive Income Streams ($4000 pm) $297.68 pm (12/2014)% 385 more words
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