Saving for a college education requires advanced planning and knowledge of what the cost of a college education will be when your student begins his college experience. You'll first need to know how long it will be before your student sets foot on campus, what the cost of that education is today and how much the cost will increase between now and then. You'll need to know how many years of college you'll be paying for, which is dependant on the degree program being pursued. Once you have that information, you'll be able to know how much you'll need to save. Putting together a plan will depend on what you currently have saved, how much you can save each month and the rate of return you'll receive on those savings.
Save for College
This article, tool or quiz above is for informational and educational purposes, is not an advertisement of Liberty Bank, is not for product promotion, do not constitute investment or legal advice, are estimates only, and may contain general information or examples regarding non-deposit products. Investments, stocks, mutual funds, securities, annuities and insurance products are not bank deposits; are subject to investment risks, including the possible loss of the principal amount invested; may lose value; are not insured by the FDIC; are not insured by any Federal Government Agency; and are not obligations of, nor guaranteed by Liberty Bank.
Liberty Bank makes no warranties or representations as to the accuracy, correctness, reliability or otherwise with respect to information set forth in the article, tool or quiz above and assumes no liability or responsibility for any omissions or errors in the content listed above.