That college savings plan with those three little numbers – Part I


ImageHere is Part I of a two-part series about strategies for saving with a 529 plan I wrote for http://www.road2college.com.

Know that you can shop around for a 529 plan and you don’t have to use the one from your state. Some state’s plans perform higher than others.

They still might be in diapers and are learning to crawl, which makes it the perfect time to know your savings options. Learn more about how 11 states are offering those with very small children a prePaid plan which allows you to lock in at today’s tuition rates for your future college scholar.

You can read all about it by clicking here.

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About stacylynngittleman

I have been a reporter and public relations professional for over 30 years, specializing in profile features and investigative longform writing. During my career I've profiled WWII Honor Flight Veterans, artists and musicians and have written on topics that range from environmental and gun control issues to Jewish culture. Click around on my writing samples plus read my blog on my personal life raising three kids over 27 years and three cities.

2 responses to “That college savings plan with those three little numbers – Part I”

  1. Caroline K says :

    Brilliant and wonderfully written and insightful, informative and what a superbly-talented writer! You really captured in just this small piece, the essence and the dilemmas, realities and such, of saving for college! Really appreciate your candor, humor and warmth as you describe in the anecdotes and facts you presented. Look forward to more of your genuine and well-written work. Please add me to your email list and blog! Inspring, Stacy, truly!! Well well done!

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