College and Retirement

College and Retirement

Two Goals, One Pot of Money There’s no doubt that college costs are high — and getting higher. So, if you expect your child to go to college, it probably makes sense to start saving as early as possible. There’s also no doubt that if you plan to retire someday, you’re...
College and Retirement

Wise Moves for Young Families

Once you have children, a new sense of responsibility takes over. With a small person depending on you, you want to do what’s best for your young family. Here are a few wise moves to consider. Begin with a Budget To get your budget started, find out where your money...
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College Savings Plans Your children or grandchildren may be tiny tots today, but they’ll be off to college before you can say “Where’s the money coming from?” If your long-term investment goals include financing a child’s education, contributing to a tax-advantaged...
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An Education in Saving for College

Does it seem like you need an advanced degree to figure out the best way to save for your child’s college education? Before you hit the books, we can help you sort through a variety of investment options, each with its own pros and cons. 529 Savings Plans College...
College and Retirement

College Student and – Landlord?

Don’t laugh! It may not be as far-fetched as it sounds. As college housing costs continue to rise, you may want to check out the housing market in the town where your child attends school. Buying a house in a college town can provide your child with a place to live...