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When should I start my child’s Coverdell account?

Should you start a Coverdell educational savings account for your child?

Every day with a young family presents new financial priorities: a bigger car seat, entirely new winter wardrobes in larger sizes for each child, another doctor’s visit, and another $10 check to the PTA for the latest school event. .

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Should you start a Coverdell educational savings account for your child?

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As Americans increasingly question whether a college degree is worth the spiraling price tag, parents are struggling to figure out not only whether college is relevant and appropriate for their children, but also how on earth they might be able

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What You Should Know about Buying a New Car

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Buying a brand new car is a big financial decision, and that can lead to a lot of second thoughts. Have you picked the right car for you? Can you afford the car of your dreams? Have you managed to

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Late start saving for retirement? Consider an annuity

Late start saving for retirement? Consider an annuity

Are you among the one-third of working-age Americans who have no money set aside for retirement? A recent survey from BankRate.com has found that more than a third of working-age Americans have nothing saved for their golden years. Even if

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Top 5 things to teach your child about money

Top 5 things to teach your child about money

When it comes to personal finance, most of us agree we wish we’d learned more about managing money much, much earlier in life. Still, it’s tough to figure out how to be one of those wise parents who start teaching

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