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Planning for College

October Update on Washington's 529 GET Plan

The GET Committee met on Wednesday, October 7th and discussed the possibility of opening a traditional 529 College Savings Plan for Washington residents. By “traditional” they mean a plan where you essentially purchase mutual fund shares and thus your 529 value can fluctuate with the market.

How Do Recent Decisions by the WA 529 GET Committee Affect Me?

In July of this year the Washington Legislature enacted the College Affordability Act, which lowers the cost of tuition at Washington's public colleges and universities. The GET Committee is considering the impact of the College Affordability Act on Washington's 529 GET program. They have had several meetings, with more to come.

Are You Kidding Me?!—Cost of a College Education, 2014-2015


How to Pay for Junior’s College (Part 3): Grants, Scholarships, etc.

I’ve saved the best for last. After all, what could be better than having your child’s college education be free?! Grants and scholarships differ than loans, in that they don’t have to be paid back. Some are awarded on financial need, some on academic merit, and others on associations with different organizations.

How to Pay for Junior’s College (Part 2): Loans

Loans for When You Need to Borrow Money for College

Last week I wrote about the different saving and investment vehicles available for parents who want to save for their child’s college.

How to Pay for Junior’s College (Part 1): Savings

Saving For Your Child's Education

Whether your child fits in the crook of your arm and keeps you up at night with feedings and diaper changes or your child wears size 13 shoes and keeps you up at night wondering if he’s making good choices while he’s out of your sight, you’re probably wonderi

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