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If so, how much do you contribute monthly or annually? And how old is your child?
We have one set-up and are trying to budget a reasonable amount, but it just seems so high…Just wondering how much others put in.
A 529 Plan is a college savings plan that your contribute to for your children’s education.
Can a child be listed on a mutual fund account? I have 2 sons and want to get them into investing now at an early age so they will learn how to manage their money and not have to struggle like I did. I see there are college funds and then there are custodial accounts. Which enviornment is best for the child to learn and actually make money in?
I want to start investing is a 529 plan. Is it necessary to have a child first or can you start at anytime?
I signed up for the plan in 12/2006 but I’m not sure how to check the status of his account
for his college fund. Can anyone give me any ideas?
She is old, and not very “there”.
Now, I know enough about money to know that life insurance on a kid is a horrendous idea.
You are better off putting the money in a savings account.
Plus, we have money in a savings for this.
Why is she so darn instant.
it’s every single converstation almost.
How do I say NO – so she remembers this?
Are all grandmas like this?
Or is she just getitng junk mail and then thinking about her grandchildren?
I wish she would say – does your kid have a 529 plan?
Can I donate money to it?
How can I bring up this idea?
Do I just say give us the money instead so we can save it for college?
Would you just give up and let her open this insurance policy just to make her happy?
I have a one-year old God-child, and for a birthday present I would like to make an investment that will be the beginning of a college fund. But, I am concerned that the parents might, if finding themselves in dire straits, cash in the present if possible, say for instance in the case of savings bonds and other investments that can be cashed in early. Is there an investment that must mature a mandatory number of years before it is possible to cash it it?
Thanks for your help