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Two.

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

Budgeting

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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Tis the Season to Start Saving for College

With the holidays in full swing Vic has a gift idea for all parents (and/or aunts, uncles, godparents) of little ones. No, it’s nothing as cool as a Playstation 4, iPad Pro, or a Kylo Ren lightsaber. 913 more words

Budgeting

The 529 Savings Plan: A tax-smart way to fund college expenses

If you are saving for college, consider a Section 529 plan. Although contributions are not deductible for federal purposes, plan assets can grow tax-deferred. (Some states do offer tax incentives for contributing.) 172 more words

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5 Things You Can Do Now to Increase Your Tax Refund

Happy Finance Friday!  (Emphasis on the Friday)

I know what you’re thinking.  The topic of this post pains me as well.  I can’t believe tax season is right around the corner.   438 more words

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