The one year old I started a college fund for back in 2004 was just recently accepted to college. He received several scholarships, took courses for college credit in high school, and will be living at home attending an in-state public university. All that means I don’t need as much in college savings as all those financial calculators said I did. Check out what options we’re looking withdrawing the extra, and revisit an old friend – the College Compact – in action.
A money saving tip that’s thrown around (and often dismissed) when it comes to kids and college is to have them spend some time at community college. As someone who started their education by spending several years at community college, this debate is always interesting to me. For the first two years of my college […]
Today I’ve got an amazing post for you, all about end of year college planning. PLUS I’m hosting an amazing giveaway for the CHET Gift of College! Stop on by and check out how you might be able to save before the year runs out.
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Today I’m excited to bring you a post all about one of my favorite subjects, saving for college. You know it’s one of my favorites because I have a whole page about it here. Bonus – this post is being brought to you courtesy of my states 529 plan, CHET – the Connecticut Higher Education […]
On Monday we kicked off the new year talking all about money, and I mentioned my college funding goals for my three boys. Today, as promised, I’m going to do a deep dive into my college savings strategy and experience over the past fourteen or so years. My three boys today are 14, 10, and […]