Articles by Reyna Gobel
It may be better to pay for community college outright if you’re planning to finish a four-year degree.
Casual investors and parents of young children can particularly benefit from college savings accounts.
Foreign mutual funds that invest in developing nations could be risky – but could bring bigger rewards.
Don’t miss tax deductions and credits that can help single-income families save for college.
Consider the potential tax implications of 529 plan withdrawals for multiple children’s college needs.
How student loan interest will accrue during college should be a factor in plans to use 529 savings.
Savings accounts in 529 plans tend to have lower fees than money market funds.
High school counselors can help families decide how much to save by offering advice on school choice.
Learn why performance may not be a parent’s biggest concern when choosing a 529 plan.
Read the prepaid tuition contract and don’t forget to declare contributions on your taxes, experts say.