The Best Way to Help a Grandchild with College
The Best Way to Help a Grandchild with College

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The Best Way to Help a Grandchild with College

NY Times author on how to maximize a 529 college savings plan.

Grandparents are increasingly stepping up to help their grandchildren fund college tuition. Many want to help their grandchildren graduate debt-free—or at least set them up so they aren’t drowning in debt post-graduation.

In a recent NY Times article, “The Best Way to Help a Grandchild with College,” author John F. Wasik explains 529 college savings plans – their benefits and pitfalls – and how grandparents can maximize their contributions to their grandchild’s college education.


Read here for an in-depth look at 529s:

NYTimes.com/2016/05/28/your-money/the-best-way-to-help-a-grandchild-with-college.html
Tags:  529 College Savings Plans, Baby Boomers, College Financial Aid, College Planning, College Savings, Estate Planning, Financial Aid, Grandchildren and Money, Grandparents, Wealth Management

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