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We can help you develop a savings strategy for your child's college education.
How much should you expect to save for college? The answer depends on a number of variables, including your time horizon, whether you're planning on a public or a private school, the potential to take advantage of financial aid and college tuition inflation rates.
Perhaps the best way to make a college education realistic in the future is to plan and save now. There are a number of investment accounts you can use to help save for a child's education, each with distinct features and potential benefits.
Eligibility for federal student aid is based on financial need and other factors.
Saving for education starts with becoming better informed. Compare 529 Plans, Coverdell Accounts and Custodial Accounts.
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We'll work with you to develop a plan that reflects your goals and dreams, and helps you make informed choices about your future.
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U.S. Bank, U.S. Bancorp Investments, Inc. and their representatives do not provide tax or legal advice. Each individual's tax and financial situation is unique. Clients should consult their tax and/or legal advisor for advice and information concerning their particular situation.
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