There are so many kinds and I’m not sure which one to go with. We hope to have more kids one day so I might need one to contribute to for all our kids and I’d also like to be able to use it for private high school if we so choose. Any suggestions?
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I want to start a 529 plan for my son (who is under one year old so there is lots of time for it to grow)?
im 15 years old and i am inheriting about 10 thousand dollars from a family member that has passed. my question is what is a good investment fund that will grow large and fast other than stocks because in the stock market i know you can loose money? i wanna use the money in a few years once it has grown for college and possibly a reliable car? what can i use for an investment fund?
I wanted to put away some money in investments so I can just sit on it and watch it grow. I’m only 21 and still in college with only a part time job, so I don’t have much to put in. Maybe 2 or 3 hundred a month is all I can afford. I’m too scared to do stocks, plus I want something safer and more long term. Should I do mutual funds? Bonds? Which banks or companies should I check out?
It’s like the one I have. It’s an alarm clock in which the default is set to 12:00 AM or midnight when first plugging it up. The minute changing to me was thought to be constant, when I had no other clock or watch to compare it too. I believe I had a Mickey Mouse clock on the wall but it was too far for my eyes to compare it too, but the minute changes aren’t constant on the digital clock. It contains a Snooze button, a radio, has a button to adjust the hour, minute, which can also reset the second as well because just simply setting the hour won’t affect the second, but the minute will, a wake button which can be used for setting the alarm, and a sleep button which tells you how many minutes it’ll go to sleep. I used to think it was some sort of spell to put you to sleep but I was wrong. My digital clock is at least 12 years old or 4,529 days old or 4,541 sidereal days. Since all the clocks use solar days or solar time, at least 108,696 hours, 6,521,760 minutes, or 391,305,600 seconds have elapsed on it if we ignore the power outages or Daylight Savings changes. Otherwise 108,984 hours, 6,539,040 minutes, or 392,342,400 seconds would’ve elapsed on it if it was a sidereal clock. I received this for my 7th birthday as a birthday present from my dad but what was the earliest I could’ve received it? I’m going to make a calculation soon on how long it takes for the second to get off but I need to know two things at once in order for me to easily do this.
I want to invest for my 2 year old daughters future, any ideas?
I am currently receiving $158 a month for 3 years from a home I sold and partially financed. The total will be about $6,000 in 3 years and then I will invest what I can afford after that.
I opened a regular savings account for her, But with the current cost of college, and to think of the price probably doubling in 15 or 16 years, I need a plan that will yield the most money.
Is a no load mutual fund better then a 529 plan ? (Texas)
or should I open an IRA in her name?
What is the minimum age for an IRA?
I live in Arizina and want to start a 529 College plan for my 6 and 4 year old. Which state offers the best?
My 14 year old will be going to college in 2.5 years. The only savings I have is a few thousand in 529 and my 401 K. What are my basic options
Any college offering 1 year diploma course(for investment banking) with regular clsses at hyderabed?
not only investment banking.. it can also be for any subject relating to share market, portfolio management, mutual funds, securities analysis, annuities, etc.
How much (percent of salary) do you save every year? And Honest feedback on whether or not I doing okay?
Currently, my wife and I (we are both 36 yrs old) save about 25% of our combined salary of 120k per year, which is 30k a year we save into our 401k and roth ira accounts. This is a lot of money but I just feel so insecure about whether or not we are saving enough for retirement (our goal is to be out of the workforce and rat race when we are both 55 yrs old). Our investments are split up in mid caps, large caps, international funds,etc. So far, we have about 382k saved up (300k in 401k and roth ira and the rest in checking and money market account at our bank). We currently have zero debts and no children and both our cars are paid off and are relatively in new condition. However, we are planning soon to have kids (2 at most) and buy a house somewhere around 350k price range. So I just want to know whether or not my wife and I will be able to retire at 55 yrs old and have house paid off and kids taken care of (at least in terms of a decent education). Thanks!
Stocks? (Best websites to research for such an investment) Bonds? (websites?) CD account? Seeking financial guidance for my first major move-