College savings plans can now be set up so that the money is invested in mutual funds and grows tax deferred.
There are many obstacles you will encounter while trying to achieve your financial goals.
Life has kept you so busy you’ve had no time to think about the lofty goals you made 17 years ago when your first child was born.
Babies change your goals. Instead of a Prius you are thinking van.
Packing lunches. It is quicker than stopping somewhere and a lot less expensive.
Mutual fund companies send out annual statements the end of January. My strong recommendation here is to take the time to review them.
There are certainly some financial obstacles you may face as you live life.
Fifty percent of marriages still end in divorce. So how will you survive financially as a single parent?
So often we start as a couple, have one or two children and then the blush is off the rose and we divorce.
The US Savings Bond Program was the first program available to offer any kind of a tax break for parents trying to save for college, but now there are better alternatives available.