3 Ways to Plan Your Child’s Education Savings (1/4)

It's the beginning of a new school year, and now  is the time to consider your child's education savings plan. Take some tips, and learn how to plan an education saving strategy that works for you.

Saving for School

Saving for School

With the cost of higher education rising each year, many families struggle to save enough to help their children get through school. Surveys show that the average family pays 30% of their children’s post-secondary costs. With some programs today costing $14,000 a year and more, that can be a big part of your savings. How do you plan for these costs? Here are three steps to get you started:

 

 

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