The earlier you start saving for college, the more prepared you will be.
What will college tuition cost in five to 10 years? While we don’t have a crystal ball, we can look at historical data to give you a sense of what you should be saving.
A 529 savings plan is a type of tax-advantaged savings account specifically for college educational costs. Here's our full guide.
You can use a 529 college savings plan to pay for tuition and fees, books, room and board, and other eligible expenses at eligible institutions.
There are several ways to use your 529 funding if you don't plan to attend college, including using the funds for vocational training.
Here's how one financial advisor suggests his clients decide what's right for them.
Yes. Parent, student or other relative-owned 529 plans will have varying effects on financial aid! See how.
A 529 plan can have only one beneficiary at the time. Read about how to manage savings with more than one child.
Factors that you should consider when choosing a 529 plan include your residency, investment preferences and options, and where you plan to attend college.
Each 529 college savings plan has a contribution limit designed to cover the total cost of college, in some cases including graduate school.
Estimate how much you'll need for college, and make your plan for how best to save.
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