Education Is Important But Expensive — How Do You Fund It?College Planning Investing Insights Financial Wellness Guest Column
Jay was quoted on some best practices related to funding an education. Have you considered how you will fund your children or grandchildren's education?
“529 plans have no income or age limitations. Anyone can contribute. You keep a lot of control over the account, investment selection, distribution of assets, and beneficiaries. There’s flexibility in the type of education you can pay for, e.g., private K-12 schooling, four-year private college, community college, etc." Read more of Jay's thoughts on the subject by clicking the link below.
Education Is Important But Expensive — How Do You Fund It? Your Best Way to Fund Education: 529, UTMA, Taxable Portfolio?
If you're interested in reviewing education funding opportunities, be sure to connect with Rob and Jay.
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