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As your child prepares for college, there are many things you’ll need to prepare them for – especially finances. Teaching them how to save, budget, and manage their own money for the first time is vital. Plus, if they are able to save some of their money, you can...
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As your teen prepares to go off to college for the first time, there are many things they’ll need to learn before they go. How to sign up for classes, set their own schedule, and pay their bills for the first time. Most importantly, they’ll have to learn to manage their money well.
In our society, it seems very normal to go into debt straight out of high school, but there are several reasons why this is a highly risky move, even for a gifted and hardworking student.
It’s never too early (or too late) to start thinking about college savings for your children. As tuition rates continue to rise and the job market becomes fiercely competitive even for college graduates, planning for this aspect of your child’s future is essential for your overall financial planning strategy.
Whether your child is just taking their first steps or if they’re getting ready for high school, it’s never the wrong time to start planning for college. However, depending on their age and goals for the future, you may need different financial strategies to ensure they can do exactly what they want in the future.