Money inside a 529 Plan is a godsend for parents footing their children’s college tuition bills, except when it isn’t. What happens if a child (the plan beneficiary) decides not to attend a four-year college after high school?
Have you set up a 529 plan for your child? Did you realize that it’s possible, even likely, that your parents want to contribute to this account? Learn how to ask for contributions and build your child’s college fund.
There are many ways to save for college, including saving within special accounts. Learn about three types of accounts most commonly used for college savings and investments.
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