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9/11/2015 at 2:32pm

If you read anything about paying for college these days, you may have seen a column or two in which the author lamented that “back in the day” a student could earn the year’s tuition by working a summer job.


Of course, those times are past. Given the rising cost of college, higher education has to be paid for over time, like retirement or a home.  There are basically two options:

  • Save money in advance and earn interest, especially in tax-advantaged 529 plans

4/15/2014 at 8:32am

Many high school seniors have received acceptance letters from colleges and universities and are now deciding where to enroll in the Fall.  It is an emotional decision, but a financial decision, as well.  As a reminder to families who want or need to save on the cost, be sure to ask if the colleges or universities the student is considering participate in Private College 529 Plan.  If they do, you have a unique opportunity to stretch your savings and leverage any support you may receive from other friends or family: 

5/29/2013 at 8:50am

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