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  • Retirement vs. College Planning

    Retirement vs. College Planning
    Many parents perceive a conflict between funding a child’s college education and building their own retirement nest egg.  This perceived conflict usually arises from the lack of financial resources to do both while funding daily living expenses.  As a result, parents can become stuck between priorities, and they usually wind up doing nothing at all.
  • Finding a new home for extra college savings

    You've been setting aside college money in a 529 savings plan since your kids started losing their baby teeth. In fact, you've overachieved -- all the tuition bills have now been paid, and there's money left over. Wouldn't it be nice to shift the...

    U.S. college savings jump with stock market: study

    U.S. college savings jump with stock market: study
    Thanks to increased savings rates and a rising stock market, average balances in U.S. college savings plans jumped 30 percent in 2013 over the prior year, according to the new "How America Saves for College" report from Sallie Mae released Thursday....

    Prepaid sales drop due to high prices

    The number of people investing in the Florida Prepaid College Program plummeted 30 percent during the open-enrollment period that ended late last month. About 11,300 families signed up to participate in the program in 2013-14 -- down from almost 16,...

    Don't put all the pennies in the kids' college piggy bank

    With all the hand-wringing over runaway college costs and recent college graduates struggling under the weight of more than $1 trillion in student loans, it's no wonder that some new parents start worrying about paying for college even before their babies...