While crossing your fingers and wishing for a full scholarship is a fine thing to do, there are other steps you could (and should) be taking. Read on for our suggestions on getting your finances ready for college without pushing your target retirement date back.
It’s time to set excuses aside and jump-start your retirement savings. Your future self will thank you if you do. Here are some steps you can take to get yourself on the right path.
Parents all know that paying for college is hard. It’s expensive, and it can be confusing to navigate the sea of federal loans, institutional aid, and other funding options. The best way to minimize this headache is to plan ahead and save. 529 plans are a great way to get started, offering simplicity, low cost, and tax benefits.