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New Tax Law Update: 529 Plan Expansion
 
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Type of Savings Account to Use for Child's Education
 
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Robert McCullock, CFP® was asked what type of savings account is best to use to save for your child's education, a Roth IRA or 529 Plan? In this video clip, Robert explains the rules for a 529 plan, college savings plan and then further explains the pros of saving money in a Roth IRA account, a tax-free retirement savings account. http://purefinancial.com IMPORTANT DISCLOSURES: • Investment Advisory and Financial Planning Services are offered through Pure Financial Advisors, Inc. A Registered Investment Advisor. • Pure Financial Advisors Inc. does not offer tax or legal advice. Consult with their tax advisor or attorney regarding specific situations. • Opinions expressed are subject to change without notice and are not intended as investment advice or to predict future performance. • Investing involves risk including the potential loss of principal. No investment strategy can guarantee a profit or protect against loss in periods of declining values. • All information is believed to be from reliable sources; however, we make no representation as to its completeness or accuracy. • Intended for educational purposes only and are not intended as individualized advice or a guarantee that you will achieve a desired result. Before implementing any strategies discussed you should consult your tax and financial advisors.
529 College Savings Plan
 
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If you're like me and already have children, you're probably already freaking out about how much college tuition is going to be costing you in the next five, ten, or fifteen years. I know that I have been freaking out because I've seen how much college has been going up ever since I got out. If you're in that same situation, let me introduce to you the 529 college savings plan. I am just going to share what exactly a 529 plan is. How does it work; how do you actually utilize it? What are the different types that are available to you, and then what are some of these flexibilities or benefits of using the 529 college savings plan in helping fund your kid's college education? First, what exactly is the 529 plan? First and foremost, don't get so wrapped up in the 5-2-9 numbers. Those just come from the IRS code when they came up with the name. The 529 college savings plan is a tax advantage savings and investment vehicle used purely, and I stress purely to save for your kid's college. By putting money into the college 529 savings plan, your contributions or money that you put in is all after tax. Then, whenever you go to pull that money out all the interest in the earnings that have accumulated from your contributions are completely tax free as long as you use those towards your kid's college education. Now that's important. If you end up pulling that money out for something other than college tuition or college-related expenses, you will be taxed and penalized on the interest earnings. But remember your contributions, the money that you put in are all after tax, so you can actually pull that money out at anytime and not incur any tax or penalties. If that sounds familiar it is very much like the Roth IRA, except this is purely used for college.
Views: 22474 Jeff Rose
3 Tips to making the most of your 529 savings
 
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Want to increase your chances of reaching your college savings goals? Watch our video and find out how. Learn more at http://www.nysaves.org. PROGRAM INFORMATION Investment returns are not guaranteed, and you could lose money by investing in the Direct plan. This Web site contains links to other Web sites as a convenience to users. However none of the Program; The New York State Office of the State Comptroller; the New York State Higher Education Services Corporation; The Vanguard Group, Inc.; Ascensus College Savings, Inc.; nor any of their affiliates endorses or takes any responsibility for any such Web site or for any information contained thereon, except, in each case, with respect to their own Web sites. Before investing in any 529 plan, you should consider whether your or the beneficiary's home state offers a 529 plan that provides its taxpayers with favorable state tax and other benefits that are only available through investment in the home state's 529 plan. You also should consult your financial, tax, or other adviser to learn more about how state-based benefits (or any limitations) would apply to your specific circumstances. You also may wish to contact your home state's 529 plan(s), or any other 529 plan, to learn more about those plans' features, benefits and limitations. Keep in mind that state-based benefits should be one of many appropriately weighted factors to be considered when making an investment decision. The Comptroller of the State of New York and the New York State Higher Education Services Corporation are the Program Administrators and are responsible for implementing and administering the Direct Plan. Neither the State of New York nor its agencies insures accounts or guarantees the principal deposited in those accounts or any investment returns on any amount or investment portfolio. Ascensus Broker Dealer Services, Inc., and Ascensus Investment Advisors, LLC, serve as Program Manager and Recordkeeping and Servicing Agent, respectively, and are responsible for day-to-day operations. The Vanguard Group, Inc., serves as the Investment Manager. Vanguard Marketing Corporation markets, distributes, and underwrites the Direct Plan. New York's 529 College Savings Program currently includes two separate 529 plans. The Direct Plan is sold directly by the Program. You may also participate in the Advisor Plan, which is sold exclusively through financial advisors and has different investment options and higher fees and expenses as well as financial advisor compensation. The Ascensus College Savings logo is a registered service mark of Ascensus Broker Dealer Services, Inc. Vanguard and the ship logo are trademarks of The Vanguard Group, Inc. For more information about New York's 529 College Savings Program Direct Plan, download a Disclosure Booklet and Tuition Savings Agreement or request one by calling 1-877-NYSAVES. This document includes investment objectives, risks, charges, expenses, and other information. You should read and consider them carefully before investing. The Program Administrators, the Program Manager and Vanguard, and their respective affiliates do not provide legal or tax advice. This information is provided for general educational purposes only. This is not to be considered legal or tax advice. Investors should consult with their legal or tax advisors for personalized assistance, including information regarding any specific state law requirements.
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529 College Savings Plan vs. Permanent Life Insurance
 
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DISCLOSURE: Tax benefits and plan options are subject to change state to state. Consult your legal or tax professional in your respective state for additional details. How do you save for your children's college education? When you make contributions to a 529 plan, you do not get a tax deduction, but you do get tax-deferred growth and if used for a qualified education expense, the distributions are tax-free. The 529 plan does have its limitations. If you don't use that money for a qualified educational expense, the owner is subject to a 10% IRS penalty if you take the distributions before the age of 59 1/2. After age 59 1/2, those gains are subject to taxation. What's the alternative? Let's consider a traditional permanent life insurance policy. You don't get a tax deduction for premium payments, but you do get tax-deferred growth and tax-free distributions just the same as a 529 plan. That's where the similarities end. Whether or not I use the money from the cash value for college education, I can take that money tax-free. So if your scholar doesn't go to college or gets a full scholarship, that money can be used for anything. Also, when you fill out financial aid documents, you are asked how much money you have in a 529 plan, but you are not asked how much cash value you have in a life insurance policy. So what's better? It all depends on the client and their situation. If someone was going to make a ONE-TIME contribution, a 529 plan could be the way to go. If you plan on making consistent annual contributions, then a permanent life insurance policy may be the way to go. Why? Because you have a non-correlated asset class, free of stock market risk and volatility with a predictable outcome.
Views: 2920 The Taylor Method
A College Savings Plan - 529 Plan Explained
 
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Why you PROBABLY shouldn't use a 529 Savings Plan for college savings
 
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Shauna Price and Thomas Blottenberger tell us why you PROBABLY shouldn't use a 529 Savings Plan for college savings
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How to Get Started with a College Savings Plan
 
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Watch more How to Manage Your Money videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/189592-How-to-Get-Started-with-a-College-Savings-Plan It's never too early to put away money for your child's education. Consider these options before choosing a plan. Step 1: Start now Start saving right now – even if your child is an infant. The more time you have, the more money you can save, and the more interest you'll earn. Step 2: Get a 529 Sign up for a state-sponsored 529 savings plan. All the money you put in earns interest tax-free, and there are no fees or taxes when you withdraw it as long as you use it for school. Each state has different rates and rules; type "529" and a state name to find information. Tip You don't have to choose your own state's plan, and you don't have to stay with one plan. You just have to limit transfers to once every 12 months. Step 3: Start an account in your own name If you open any other accounts for your child's education, make sure you put the accounts in your name. This will make it easier for your child to qualify for federal financial aid because the financial-aid application assumes only 5.6 percent of a parent-owned account will be used to pay for college, versus 20 percent of a student-owned plan. Step 4: Join Upromise Register at Upromise.com, and you'll get money for your college fund every time you buy something at specific retailers and restaurants. You can arrange for the rebates to be deposited into your 529 savings plan every quarter. Tip Friends and relatives can open UPromise accounts linked to your child's 529. Step 5: Consider other funds Consider other plans, like mutual funds that specialize in college-tuition savings, or an educational IRA. Just like a 529, these have more lenient tax rules than savings vehicles not earmarked for college. Consult a financial adviser to get started. Step 6: Invest wisely When investing for college, consider how many years you have to save. Stocks have the potential to provide higher profits but are risky; bonds are safer, but yield limited returns. If your child is more than 10 years from college, invest slightly more heavily in stocks. If your child is past third grade, choose safer investments. Step 7: Get the word out Tell loved ones about your child's college fund and ask them to contribute whenever there's a holiday, birthday, or special occasion. Step 8: Have your child help, too! College isn't just your responsibility! Once your child is old enough for an allowance or a part-time job, encourage them to add to their college fund. Research shows that children who contribute to their college fund tend to get better grades because they learn to take their education seriously at an early age. Did You Know? Over the past thirty years, college tuition rates have risen between 5 to 8 percent a year – outpacing inflation.
Views: 11858 Howcast
Coverdell ESA or 529 Plan: Which is Best For You?
 
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http://www.savingforcollege.com In this Q&A with Joe episode we discuss whether a Coverdell education savings account or a 529 plan is your best choice for college savings.
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529 College Savings Plan : What are the Pros & Cons?
 
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http://www.savingforcollege.com In this Q&A episode with Joe, the "529 Guru", we learn about the many advantages of investing with a 529 college savings plan as well as some of the drawbacks - but don't worry - there aren't many!
Views: 39555 saving4college
What Is the Best 529 Savings Plan? | Ask a Fool
 
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This video is part of The Motley Fool's "Ask a Fool" series. Have a question about stocks, investing, a specific company, managing your money, or any other aspect of the financial world? Simply email AskAFool@fool.com and we'll do our best to get it answered! ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe to The Motley Fool's YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/TheMotleyFool Visit us on the web at http://www.fool.com.
Views: 2738 The Motley Fool
529 College Savings Plan -  Info, Advantages, Disadvantages and Rules
 
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Here is a link to a College Savings Comparison Chart http://letstalkmoneychannel.blogspot.com/2018/05/college-savings-comparison-chart.html If you are planning for your child's education you probably came across various college savings options and have tons of questions like: how to save for child's education? how much college costs? Am I eligible for Financial Aid? How and when I should apply? what is a 529 plan? Types of 529 plans? What are tax advantages? Disadvantages? Restrictions and so on. This video will help you answer some of these questions. please subscribe to our channel for more videos! https://www.youtube.com/letstalkmoneychannel
529 College Savings Plans: Prepaid vs. Savings
 
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529 plans are one of the most compelling ways for families to save for college. Joan Marshall, Chair of College Savings Plans Network, explains the different options for saving for college through a 529 plan. For more information, visit www.collegesavings.org.
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529 College Savings Plans in Ohio. Great place to start your college savings fund
 
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With Casey Boland: 529 College Savings Plans in Ohio. A great place to start your college savings fund. -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
529 Plans Can be a Smart Choice for College Savings
 
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The cost of college is higher than ever, making saving smarter more important than ever. One of the best vehicles for doing so is a 529 College-Savings Plan. Money in 529 plans compounds tax free and withdrawals for qualified education expenses are also tax free. In addition, some states offer tax deductions or credits for contributions. But not all plans are created equal - some plans are saddled by high fees and poor investment choices, which can hamper your savings progress and erode your returns. Investors are free to choose any state’s plan, meaning there are lots of options To figure out which plan is right for you visit Morningstar’s 529 Plan Center. http://beta.morningstar.com/articles/809979/morningstars-guide-to-college-savings.html For all Morningstar videos: http://www.morningstar.com/cover/videocenter.aspx
Views: 521 Morningstar, Inc.
Dave Ramsey - Baby Step 5 "College Savings"
 
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What’s the Best College Savings Plan?
 
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http://www.kppower.ca (403) 921-7693 A question we often hear is - I know a Registered Education Saving Plan, or R-E-S-P, is the best vehicle for saving for my child’s university education, but should I open a FamilyR-E-S-P or a GroupR-E-S-P? A question we often hear is - I know a Registered Education Saving Plan, or R-E-S-P, is the best vehicle for saving for my child’s university education, but should I open a FamilyR-E-S-P or a GroupR-E-S-P? Family R-E-S-P plans, which can be opened at most financial institutions, have four significant advantages over Group R-E-S-P plans, which are sold by Scholarship Plan Dealers. First - with a Family R-E-S-P plan you can start, stop or change your contributions at any time without penalty, whereas with a group R-E-S-P there are significant penalties when you change the amount you agreed to purchase at enrollment. Second, with a Family Plan you can choose how to invest your money and the level of risk you want to take, whereas with a Group Plan your money is invested in low risk, low return investments. Third, if you leave a Family R-E-S-P plan you can withdraw your contributions as well as all the investment growth, but leave a Group plan and you only get back your contributions, less fees - investment returns are left in the plan. Finally, Family R-E-S-Ps have lower costs than group R-E-S-Ps so generally you’ll have more money available for your children’s university education. To learn more about R-E-S-Ps and how they fit into a Comprehensive Financial Plan read our Blog and contact us today. https://youtu.be/6GZzrhUfyqU?list=PL_G6GaApR5uYUpmJRyHrk-JkKCC2lVDLT
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How Much Should You Have Saved In A 529 College Savings Plan By Age?
 
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In today's video, we talk about how much money you should have in a 529 plan by age. Read the full breakdown here: https://thecollegeinvestor.com/16964/how-much-you-should-have-in-a-529-plan-by-age/ If you're saving for your child's education, it's important to know if you're on the right track. Have you saved enough? Will this cover the costs of college? Am I doing the right thing? It's important to remember that you don't need to save 100% of the cost of college. There are multiple ways to pay for school. It's even more important that you take care of yourself first and are saving enough for your own retirement. Check out our guidelines and see how you compare and if you're saving enough in a 529 plan. Also, check out College Backer as a great way to fund a 529 plan: https://thecollegeinvestor.com/CollegeBacker If you like what you see, be sure to subscribe to our channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thecollegeinvestor If you want more from The College Investor: Check out my blog here: https://thecollegeinvestor.com/ Follow us here: https://www.facebook.com/thecollegeinvestor http://twitter.com/CollegeInvestin https://www.instagram.com/thecollegeinvestor/
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Saving for College with a 529 Savings Plan - Money Matters | Mountain America Credit Union
 
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Lori: This is a money Monday and student loans, debt, tuition, all those can be terrifying things if you have a student going to college. On this money Monday we're talking with Nanette Graviet from Mountain America Credit Union. Talking about saving for college with the 529 plan and how you can do it even if you have young children right now. You hear a lot about these 529's, explain to people what they are. Nanette Graviet: I think we can all agree that tuition cost are not going down so it's best to start early and to get the most bang for your buck. The 529 is a tax advantage opportunity to save for those future tuition cost. Now the legal term is a qualified tuition plan. They're sponsored by the various states. The state of Utah, or different state agencies, or the educational entities that are named in the IRS code, section 529, similar to how a 401K plan derives it's name. That's where the 529 gets it's name as well. Lori: You can think of it in terms of a 401K for your college, your son or daughters college education. Nanette Graviet: Yes. There's tax advantages to them. Lori: Where do we start? What about the savings plans here in Utah? Nanette Graviet: Utah has what's called the Utah Education Savings Plan and it's a fabulous plan. UESP is the only one that is designated by the state of Utah. They sponsor that program. It's a great opportunity if you’re looking to set aside money for those educational expenses once you've named a beneficiary. Lori: How do you if a 529 is right for you and your family? Nanette Graviet: The best way to find out is truly to meet with a financial advisor or a tax advisor. Then you’re going to want to look at your current situation. Are you trying to boost money into your retirement account? Are you saving for a down payment on a house or your trying to get out of debt? There's a lot of things that you want to consider because with this plan there are some tax advantages meaning that as you put money in the growth on that won't be taxed if it's used for the full purpose of educational expenses for the named beneficiaries. Just with any sort of tax advantage there is going to be rules to the program. You want to make sure that you can meet those rules and they fit your family. Lori: It's really sad that I have two of those, one for each of my children and I didn't even know that. Nanette, thanks so much. Where can we go to get more information for people like me? Nanette Graviet: Come into any of our branches and meet with a financial advisor or visit us online at macu.com. Lori: Nanette, as always, thank you so much. Nanette Graviet: Thanks Lori.
College Savings Plans Don't Work.  Learn how to save ON college, not just FOR college.
 
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529 College Savings Plan RISK
 
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529 College Savings Plan Explained
 
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529 Savings Plans and Private K-12 Tuition
 
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The 2017 tax reform package expanded 529 plan benefits to include tax-free withdrawals for private, public or religious elementary, middle and high school tuition. The new law also allows traditional 529 accounts to be rolled into 529 ABLE accounts without taxes or penalty.
Views: 2625 saving4college
Pros & Cons of College Savings Plans (5/29/13)
 
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More than $166 billion have been collected in college savings plans called 529 plans. But are they the best option for your college savings? Sharon Epperson reports for NBR on the pros and cons of 529s.
Views: 1835 NBRbizrpt
What is a 529 College Savings Plan?
 
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http://www.savingforcollege.com In this Q&A episode with Joe, the nation's "529 Guru", we discuss 529 college savings plan basics.
Views: 15423 saving4college
529 Plans Explained for My New GrandBaby...and Parents Everywhere!
 
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529 Plans are awesome savings vehicle for college. Imagine that you are parents of a brand new baby like my new granddaughter. You have 18 years to save for a financial event whose cost is growing exponentially. You need to save money using the most efficient, most tax advantaged methods available. That would be the 529 College Savings Plans offered by all states. Watch my video to get an overview of these plans and then go to the website http://www.savingforcollege.com to spend about three days combing through the fascinating collection of all things 529. I think they should offer a t-shirt which reads “ OMG...529!”. I admire dedicated people. *Note: The rules changed regarding how 529 ownership is regarded for families who fill out the FAFSA (everyone should!). Now 529 plans owned by the child are assessed at the same rate as parent-owned 529 plans. This means that both parent-owned and child-owned 529 plans are assessed at 5.6% in order to establish an EFC for that particular school year. However, schools that use both the FAFSA and the CSS Profile financial aid forms are free to formulate their own EFC's. Because of this, a CSS Profile college can assess 529 plans differently no matter who owns the plans. Assessment rates can run from 0% to as much as 25% (or more) on a case by case basis.
Views: 23307 The College Money Mom
Everything You Should Know About 529 College Savings Plans with Abby Chao
 
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Best and Brightest College Savings Plans (5/29/13)
 
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More than $166 billion have been collected in college savings plans called 529 plans. But are they the best option for your college savings? Sharon Epperson reports for NBR on the pros and cons of 529s.
Views: 524 NBRbizrpt
Benefits of a 529 College Savings Plan
 
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http://indybiztvshows.com Tina Moe CPA shares the benefits of a 529 College Savings Plan
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Virginia 529 Savings Plan
 
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Melissa Cobbler from the Virginia 529 Savings Plan has details on how easy it can be for parents to help save for their kids for college
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COLLEGE SAVINGS PLAN FOR OUR BABY | How to Open A 529 Plan In Tennessee
 
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College savings is important and today I opened a 529 plan for our newborn baby! I wanted to walk through the process of how I decided on a 529 plan and how easy it was to open a 529 account in my state of Tennessee. Opening a 529 plan took me less than 5 minutes and I walk you through the application process I went through to open the account. Websites used for reference: - Clark Howard's the best 529 plans to help pay your kids’ education: https://clark.com/education/clarks-529-plan-guide/ - TN Stars College Savings 529 Program: https://www.tnstars.com/ She may not even know where she will go to kindergarten yet but she's on her way to a fully funded college education in our home state thanks to this college savings plan. It feels great to be investing in her future! ............................................................ SUPPORT THE CHANNEL*: Shop Amazon: https://amzn.to/2unvXs8 Shop Etsy: http://bit.ly/etsyamlyt ............................................................ CONTACT ME: A Merry Life P.O. Box 240981 Memphis, TN 38124 Website: http://amerrylife.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amerrylifeplans ............................................................ MY CAMERA GEAR*: Camera: http://amzn.to/2Fzk9Ga Tripod: http://amzn.to/2GBp234 Small Tripod: http://amzn.to/2E2L4gL Laptop: https://amzn.to/2KthAbD ............................................................ *Affiliate links. I get commissions for purchases you make through links shown here. It doesn't affect your purchase in any way and the commissions help support this channel. I only recommend items I personally use and appreciate the opportunity to share.
Views: 77 A Merry Life
College Savings Plans: Coverdell vs 529 Plan
 
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http://www.savingforcollege.com In this Q&A episode with Joe, the "529 Guru", we discuss the hotly talked Coverdell savings account and how it matches up to the traditional 529 Plan. There are many advantages and a couple of areas to look for, so check it out!
Views: 14968 saving4college
Illinois 529 Plan (Bright Start) Review and Tips on college savings!!
 
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This is a quick review of Illinois Bright Start Savings Account. Most of the video breaks down the importance of investing for your child's college expenses. These accounts allow you to invest and gain TAX FREE growth. These accounts can ONLY be used towards college expenses. If they are used to pay for anything else, there will be a 10% penalty and additional fees for withdrawing. Feel free to contact me at: DanTheMentor.com Email: DanTheMentor@yahoo.com @danteriousowens on Twitter @Dan Owens on Facebook @Dan Owens on Snapchat To sign up with betterment use code: betterment.com/invite/danteriousowens Links to a few brokerages I use to invest: betterment.com/invite/danteriousowens acorns.com/invite/8DBBKD https://get.stashinvest.com/danteri7tfim https://share.robinhood.com/dantero1 To buy Bitcoin and receive $10, use my referral link below. Disclosure: I do receive commission on each referral. https://www.coinbase.com/join/594d6a68a1032f07253407a8
Views: 1323 Dan The Mentor
T. Rowe Price | 529 College Savings Plan
 
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T. Rowe Price leverages SundaySky's SmartVideo Platform to educate 529 college savings account holders to contribute more to their beneficiaries' savings portfolios. Personalized video stories vary based on the beneficiary's age, length of time before starting college, and significant touch points in the customer lifecycle, such as the beneficiary's birthday or the account holder's year in review. Learn more at https://sundaysky.com/customers/t-rowe-price-529-college-savings/
Views: 1529 SundaySky
I-Team: Big Changes to College Savings Plans
 
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by Dana Fowle Aired Feb. 16, 2018 ATLANTA - A big change in 2018 for college savings plans. They're not just for college anymore. Your Georgia 529 Plan can now be used to pay for private school. And we're not talking about private college but rather private K-12 tuition for elementary, junior and high schools. First, let's get up to speed on what a 529 plan is. In Georgia it's called the Path2College 529 Plan. It's a college savings plan. Each parent can contribute up to $15,000 a year, per child. And anybody who wants to do that for your child can. These plans are not taxed federally providing you use them for education, but there is a Georgia tax break, too. Path2College 529 Plan Single: up to $15,000 Federal: tax-free State: tax deductible We sat down with money manager Lisa Brown at Brightworth who said that while the big news this year is that you can use your 529 plan cash to pay for private school, many families don't know about the state tax break that's available, too, as it's pretty new. "Married couples can put in up to $4,000 in Georgia's plan, per child, and take a Georgia state income tax deduction on the first $,4000 you put in. So, that saves a family $240 in Georgia income taxes."
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IS THE FLORIDA PREPAID COLLEGE SAVINGS PLAN WORTH IT?
 
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If you are in need of financial planning help you can learn more here. We're happy to help you reach your financial goals. http://bit.ly/sicklehuntermeeting The Florida prepaid college savings plan is a guaranteed plan but does it make the most sense? College costs have outpaced inflation over the years. The amount that you would pay into the college savings plan today can't even keep up with inflation. When was the last time you invested in something that was guaranteed to lose money? The right college savings plan can change the way you save for college costs. 529 Plan Coverdell ESA Roth IRA UTMA/UGMA Florida Prepaid 💸 FOR MORE FINANCIAL PLANNING & ASSET MANAGEMENT 💸 Try out our financial planning tool today. https://goo.gl/94XZRb http://bit.ly/financial-planning-tool About Travis Sickle: https://www.sicklehunter.com/travis-t... twitter: @travissickle Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/travistsickle/ Company Website: https://www.sicklehunter.com twitter: @sicklehunterfa facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SickleHunterFA/ Travis Sickle CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Sickle Hunter Financial Advisors 620 E Twiggs Street Suite 304 Tampa, FL 33602
College Savings Plans Comparison
 
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Comparison of College Savings Plans: 529 Plans, The State of Florida Prepaid, The New Gerber Life College Plans, and My Florida College Fund
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NY's 529 College Savings Program Direct Plan Quick Study Guide for Parents
 
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As a parent, one of the most important things you can do is save for your child's higher education. The sooner you start saving, the better chance you have of making a real difference when your child heads off to college. Learn more: http://www.nysaves.org. PROGRAM INFORMATION Investment returns are not guaranteed, and you could lose money by investing in the plan. This Web site contains links to other Web sites as a convenience to users. However none of the Program; The New York State Office of the State Comptroller; the New York State Higher Education Services Corporation; The Vanguard Group, Inc.; or Upromise Investments, Inc.; or any of their affiliates endorses or takes any responsibility for any such Web site or for any information contained thereon, except, in each case, with respect to their own Web sites. **Before you invest, consider whether your or the beneficiary's home state offers any state tax or other benefits that are only available for investments in that state's qualified tuition program.** The Comptroller of the State of New York and the New York State Higher Education Services Corporation are the Program Administrators and are responsible for implementing and administering the Direct Plan. Upromise Investments, Inc., and Upromise Investment Advisors, LLC, serve as Program Manager and Recordkeeping and Servicing Agent, respectively, and are responsible for day-to-day operations, including effecting transactions. The Vanguard Group, Inc., serves as the Investment Manager. Vanguard Marketing Corporation markets, distributes, and underwrites the Direct Plan. No guarantee: None of the State of New York, its agencies, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), The Vanguard Group, Inc., Upromise Investments, Inc., nor any of their applicable affiliates insures accounts or guarantees the principal deposited therein or any investment returns on any account or investment portfolio. New York's 529 College Savings Program currently includes two separate 529 plans. The Direct Plan is sold directly by the Program. You may also participate in the Advisor Plan, which is sold exclusively through financial advisors and has different investment options and higher fees and expenses as well as financial advisor compensation. **For more information about New York's 529 College Savings Program Direct Plan, obtain a Disclosure Booklet and Tuition Savings Agreement at www.nysaves.org or by calling 1-877-NYSAVES. This includes investment objectives, risks, charges, expenses, and other information. You should read and consider them carefully before investing.**
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529 College Savings Plan Comparison II Maryland 529 vs Ohio 529
 
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Maryland 529 College Investment Plan vs Ohio 529 CollegeAdvantage Plan https://www.collegeadvantage.com/ http://maryland529.com/
Views: 388 Brittany Labrador
The 529 College Savings Plan -- A Guide for Parents and Policymakers
 
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In this video SEC-registered investment manager Bill Parish examines 529 College Savings Plans, sharing his views on how to best choose and set up the right plan for these important savings. Also, a look at Oregon's 529 vendor Oppenheimer's failure to protect its plan's most conservative funds from massive losses, while similar funds around the country remained stable.
Views: 8546 ParishInvestments
What is a 529 College Savings Plan and Should You Invest In One?
 
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In this video I talk about 529 College Savings Plans and how I am saving for my son's college. I have a 529 College Savings Plan for my son and it is through Vanguard. I manage the account myself. I love using Vanguard because the fees are super cheap and there are a lot of different investment options you can choose from. I hope this video helps one of you out there. Enjoy! --------------------------------------------- FOLLOW ME: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jjbuckner/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/bucknerjj/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jj_buckner --------------------------------------------- The Books I Recommend: 1st Book I Recommend (Wealth): https://amzn.to/2Mi5VxT 2nd Book I Recommend (Pay off Debt): https://amzn.to/2Mpw4uP 3rd Book I Recommend (Investing): https://amzn.to/2l6wwS0 4th Book I Recommend (Retire Early): https://amzn.to/2sU5SjP 5th Book I Recommend (Tony Robbins): https://amzn.to/2y6BK9B The Equipment I Recommend: Camera: https://amzn.to/2Jyf4EK Lens: https://amzn.to/2JAcpKH SD Card: https://amzn.to/2JAW9ce Tripod: https://amzn.to/2MkWfT7 Lighting: https://amzn.to/2JUPUPQ Lavalier Microphone: https://amzn.to/2ya9piU Boom Microphone: https://amzn.to/2JQMYUt Video Editing Software: https://amzn.to/2Mi8yQh Laptop: https://amzn.to/2JJYygO ---------- EMAIL: jjbucknerbusiness@gmail.com
Views: 113 JJ Buckner
Best College Savings Plans - Review (Texas)
 
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http://bit.ly/2bGN2Sl - Best College Savings Plan - In this video I'll be covering important concepts to help you make an informed decision on how to save your money.    Since you're searching for "The best College Savings plans?" I figured I might as well share with you my personal experience with it being in corporate America and always feeling like I would only get so far. If your looking for something that you won't have a top on what you can do for yourself click on the link and get in contact with me ASAP.     I hope you got value out of this video on Best College Savings Plans and if in addition you'd like to learn the essential skills to building a business and what it takes to be successful,  head over to my site linked above and let's connect!
Views: 143 Darius Clater
Open a 529 College Savings Account in Under 5 Minutes
 
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http://einvestingforbeginners.com http://stockmarketpdf.com This video will walk you step-by-step through the whole application process of opening a 529 college savings account. It's not as hard as you might think, and starting sooner could make the difference for your kid's college fund. One of the most under-utilized investment account is the 529, and much of it comes from ignorance. I show you that it's not as hard as you think, and I do it in less than 5 minutes. Once you realize how little is required, you'll have no excuse to get started in saving for college. Even if it's only a little bit, every dollar counts. A great feature of the 529 is that the funds can't be touched early without a penalty, so you won't be tempted to spend the money. Of course, the account also comes with tax advantages as well. Please like the video and share it with your friends who have kids as well. Again the biggest reason people don't save for college is because they don't know how easy it really is. --My personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/houseofsloth/
Views: 748 Andrew Sather
White House drops plan to tax 529 college savings plans
 
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The White House said Tuesday it is dropping a proposal to scale back the tax benefits of college savings plans amid a backlash from both Republicans and Democrats. http://bit.ly/1CfggCg
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College Advantage 529 Savings Plan- The Better Way To Save For College
 
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Since 1989, the Ohio Tuition Trust Authority, a state agency within the office of the Chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents, has been helping families save for a college education. Ohio was one of the first states to offer a Section 529 qualified tuition program. 529 plans are tax-advantaged college savings programs offered by states or eligible educational institutions and have fast become one of the most popular ways to save for college. The Tuition Trust offers and administers the CollegeAdvantage 529 Savings Program. CollegeAdvantage is offered directly through the Tuition Trust (Direct Plan) and is also offered through financial professionals (Advisor Plan). Both plans offer a wide variety of investment options in order to appeal to the diverse needs of families saving for college. There are options for risk-averse savers seeking to minimize risk and preserve principal, and options for experienced investors seeking to maximize returns by investing in domestic and international equities. The CollegeAdvantage Direct plan offers investment options from leading fund managers such as The Vanguard Group, PIMCO, GE Asset Management and Fifth Third Bank, which offers FDIC-insured savings account and CD options. Mutual fund-based investment options include age-based options that allocate your investment based on the age of your child and your risk profile, risk-based options, balanced multi-fund options, individual fixed-income (bond) and equity (stock) options. Bank options include traditional savings accounts and CDs. The CollegeAdvantage Advisor Plan is managed by BlackRock, and is available only through financial advisors. CollegeAdvantage Advisor Plan, from BlackRock offers investment choices from BlackRock, iShares, Rainier, Wells Fargo and ING Funds. Video to promote College Advantage 529 Savings Plan Vital Companies Production The Gore Family- The Family That Saves Together Tax Deductible www.whatisa529.com
Views: 568 Vital Companies
529 College Savings Plans: Tax Benefits of a 529 Plan
 
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http://www.savingforcollege.com In this Q&A episode with Joe, the "529 Guru", we discuss the tax benefits of a 529 Plan, including both state and federal tax benefits available. 529 Plans College Savings
Views: 3680 saving4college
New York's 529 College Savings Program -- Direct Plan
 
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New York's direct-sold 529 college savings plan is available to residents of any state. It offers low fees and diverse investment options featuring Vanguard mutual funds. New York residents may enjoy a state tax deduction for contributions to the plan.
Views: 2762 saving4college
529 Plans: Why They're Good for College Savings & How To Start One
 
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Adam Jusko of ProudMoney.com (https://www.ProudMoney.com) discusses the upsides of 529 plans to save money for a child's education. Want to contact Adam? Email adam@proudmoney.com
Views: 25 ProudMoney.com
529 Savings Plans in Indiana
 
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Students will understand how to get a tax credit of up to $12000
Views: 307 TheMrJareczek