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Saving for a College Education
  1. Financing a College Education
    It is natural that we want the best education for our children. The cost of college, even public state colleges, is higher than you might realize.
  2. Coverdell Education Savings Account
    Named after former Congressman Paul D. Coverdell, United States Senator from Georgia

  3. Section 529 College Saving Plans
    These savings plans allow parents, relatives, or friends to invest in a child's education, and each can contribute up to $10,000 ($20,000 from a couple) per year with a maximum of $100,000 to $250,000 per account. The money goes into state-sponsored managed accounts, with a mix of stocks and bonds.

  4. College Scholarships
    Why canít you rely on scholarships? Only 39% of students receive them, and the average is only $3,000 per year.

  5. Help From Your College's Financial Aid
    You don't have savings earmarked for education. Sure, the local community college is affordable, but your child wants to go to a better school. Where will the money come from?

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