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The quest by states and mutual fund companies to capture the $179 billion that people are saving for college in 529 plans has led to improved investments and more reasonable fees for college savers. In a study of the plans offered by states throughout...
Look at your cute baby, and imagine the little tyke wearing a high school cap and gown about 17 years from now. Picturing the child holding a diploma, when he or she can't even hold a rattle yet, is probably next to impossible. But that day will come....
It's the time of year when people worry about the money they've wasted, but there's more at stake than a holiday splurge. Think bigger -- about the thousands of dollars people waste without a second thought. Many just spent weeks looking for the best...
IRA Solutions, Inc. Jesse Lipscomb, Investment Advisor CA Insurance Agent License: 0D22050 4025 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 300 San Diego, CA 92108 Phone: 619-280-2700 Jesse@FinancialCPR.net www.FinancialCPR.net Play Video: 529 College...
The old advice, "pay yourself first," is still good advice today. Saving is an important piece of building your financial security. Consider savings as a fixed expense similar to the rent, mortgage or utility bill. Put away some money in savings before...
Money & CompanyWith college costs soaring and new graduates struggling to land jobs, is higher education still worth the money? Yes, according to an analysis by one recent college graduate who has studied the issue carefully. Sarah Millar, who is now gainfully......
Money & CompanyCalifornia is dropping a portion of its 529 college-savings plan. Early next year, the state will close its “advisor-sold” unit, a small portion of the 529 in which residents invest in the plan through brokers and financial planners. The...
Money & CompanyYou don't have to be a math major to understand this statistic: The average student-loan debt of last year's college graduates tops $25,000 -- the first time it's ever exceeded that ignominious mark. Seniors who graduated in 2010 had an......
Chicago Breaking NewsCandidates for Illinois treasurer sparred today over losses in the office's $2 billion college savings program as political fallout drips down the ballot from the U.S. Senate race.Republican state Sen. Dan Rutherford blamed Democrat Robin Kelly, the...
Voucher bill (plan for education savings accounts) filed by state senator (that idea Gov. Scott said he wouldn’t pursue)Sentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelWell, Gov. Rick Scott said he wouldn't purse the education savings account idea — the so-called universal vouchers – touted by his education transition team. But a bill, one we just noticed, that would create just such a program has been filed...
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekFresh From The Capitol Ideas In-Box: This'll be great -- assuming that there's still higher education in Pennsylvania by June 30. "ALLENTOWN – Rep. Doug Reichley (R-Berks/Lehigh) and Rep. Justin Simmons (R-Lehigh/Northampton) will host a College...
Sentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelA plan for a new, expansive school choice program — one dubbed “vouchers for all” by some — got a first, favorable vote in the Florida Senate today. The panel approved a plan for education savings accounts, which would create a pot...
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