Ohio’s 529 Educational Savings Plan – A Primer and Latest Updates

Ohio’s 529 Educational Savings Plan – A Primer and Latest Updates

A 529 plan allows a parent, grandparent, other family member, friend or any other person to establishment a savings account for the benefit of any other person of any age who plans to attend elementary, secondary school and/or college regardless of the donor’s income.

Thanksgiving: What Happens When College Students Return Home For The Holidays?

Parents and College Students Can Find Ways to Peacefully Coexist During Thanksgiving and the Holidays! Call it a clash of cultures. Thousands of college students will soon travel home for Thanksgiving, in their minds, returning as independent adults, but still

Divorce: College Costs – A Ticking Time Bomb?

Parents Facing A Divorce Grapple With College Costs For Their Child On September 5th, we posted a blog article about the necessity to be clear and precise in your divorce or dissolution documents if you chose to include a college

College Expenses And Divorce

Child’s College Expenses Problematic Upon Divorce. Why it’s Important To Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say With the importance of higher education becoming more apparent every day, it is not uncommon for divorcing couples to decide to

College Expenses: The Impact Of Student Loan Debt On Your Child

The ABC’s of College Loans – Plan How To Pay For College! College tuition has risen drastically in the past 15 years.  In 1980, a public university cost around $2,000 a year for just tuition.  The average in 2010 is

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