It's never to early to start a college fund for your child. College costs have risen steadily over the past several years, which is why you should consider starting to save early. Alongside savings for retirement, saving for your children's education may be one of your biggest financial concerns. Some students will receive federal loans, grants, work study and scholarships but the majority of college costs often fall back to students and their families. We are here to help you choose a vehicle to begin saving and get your finances ready to fund college education. We can discuss viable funding options and determine if a qualified tuition plan (529), Uniform Gift to Minors Act (UGMA), Uniform Transfer to Minors Act (UTMA), etc. may be appropriate for your personal situation. 

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