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Raising kids is expensive, but being financially prepared isn't just about money—it's about planning ahead.
Paying for college with a nonparent-owned 529 account can affect financial aid eligibility.
Yes, your retirement savings should come first. But you can still help your kids—by both saving for college and exploring other funding options.
Do you know the differences between a 529 and a custodial account? If you're saving for college, you should.
When investing money for a new baby, let your goals be your guide.
Here are some strategies to discuss with your tax professional about how to make the most out of your year-end giving.
Will helping kids financially weaken their motivation? Not if you're selective about the type of help you give.
New baby? There's a lot to think about—including your child's financial future. College is a major savings goal, but there's even more to consider.
Don't panic about the future cost of college. Instead, put yourself on a savings program you can stick with.
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