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Saving for Your Child's Future? Define That Future.
Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz, CFP
President, Charles Schwab Foundation
Saving on behalf of your son is, of course, a great idea -- and the earlier you start, the better for him. But deciding to save for a child's future is the easy part. The harder part is deciding the best way to do it. And that depends on your purpose for saving.
For The Kids: The Gift That Keeps On Giving
President of Large Corporate and Individual Markets for Retire...
As the holidays approach, so do requests from family and friends about what to give the kids this year. Instead of asking for the hottest toy this year, consider a gift that will
keep on giving: an investment in your child's future.
Now That Our Daughter Is In College.. Will We Ever Be Able To Retire?
Bradford M. Pine
Wealth advisor and President, Bradford Pine Wealth Group
No matter how well you plan, it's hard not to wonder. After all, One of the many things you learn when you send your child to a university is that the costs are often much higher than you anticipated.
Peace of Mind for Parents of Children With Disabilities
Sen. Bob Casey
U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania
Nearly 1 in 5 Americans has a disability. Many are children who have long, productive lives ahead of them. Under current law, these young people cannot save more than $2,000 in assets without losing health care and other federal benefits.
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