Paying for the (Grand) Kids' College

Rising tuition for college education is a daunting reality for many parents and grandparents. Even the very wealthy would prefer to pay for higher education in the most tax-efficient manner. So help clients plan well. There are a number of educational funding options to explore and integrate into financial and estate plans. The attractive 529 college savings plan, as well as other educational funding

Rising tuition for college education is a daunting reality for many parents and grandparents. Even the very wealthy would prefer to pay for higher education in the most tax-efficient manner. So help clients plan well. There are a number of educational funding options to explore and integrate into financial and estate plans. The attractive 529 college savings plan, as well as other educational funding tools and strategies, can offer substantial benefits. Often, it's a combination of techniques

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