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With National 529 College Savings Plan Day approaching, it only seemed fitting to dedicate this edition of Next Gen Connections to how to pay for college. From choosing which college savings plan is right for you to filling out financial aid forms, it’s important to understand the different ways to maximize resources to pay for college. Whatever stage you’re in planning for your child’s education, we stand ready to help – contact us!
 
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Megan A. Rinaudo, CFP®
Financial Advisor
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Paying for college is a big financial undertaking. Next to buying a home, it’s one of the largest purchase’s parents will make. The goal is to find a well matched school and come out with the least amount of family debt. This video discusses 4 things to do before college to go into the planning process wisely.

For parents and students trying to manage college bills and student loan payments, the federal government offers education-related tax benefits. The requirements for each are different, so here's what you need to know. Read more...


As the cost of a college education continues to climb, many grandparents are stepping in to help. Helping pay for a grandchild's college education can bring great personal satisfaction and is a smart way for grandparents to pass on wealth without having to pay gift and estate taxes. So what are some ways to accomplish this goal? Read more....


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