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  • Tough times mean tough talks with your kids about money

    Maybe your salary has been frozen, or you're in limbo awaiting word from your boss on whether your job will get whacked. Or your college savings plan has taken a beating and you don't know how you'll come up with the money to cover the tuition gap. A...
  • Fees reduced for California's 529 college savings plan

     
    Program-management fees for California’s 529 college savings plan, ScholarShare, have been reduced by up to 50%, State Treasurer Bill Lockyer announced today. The national program differs from state to state. In California, participants can set aside...
  • College fund: When was the last time you increased it?

     
    We opened a 529 plan for our daughter when she was less than a week old. We said every year we'd increase it. That was more than three years ago. We've yet to increase it. Now I'm feeling guilty. But, as you all can agree, times have been tough. My...
  • Babymoons and push gifts? Really???

     
    Once again, I'm finding myself starting off with “call me old fashioned, but …” At a recent baby shower, all the talk was where everyone went on their “babymoon.” I was asked and I told them “nowhere.” Instead...
  • Voucher bill (plan for education savings accounts) filed by state senator (that idea Gov. Scott said he wouldn’t pursue)

     
    Well, 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...
  • File Under "Ironic Timing."

     
    Fresh 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...
  • School vouchers: Education savings plan bill gets nod from Senate panel

     
    A 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...