Articles by Reyna Gobel
Families should use 529 plan funds and other sources before turning to loans.
Consider saving 529 plan funds for grad school or a future child’s education before cashing out.
Short educational trips can be considered eligible expenses for 529 plan college savings accounts.
Make sure you’ve set up college savings in a way that minimizes your expected family contribution.
The end of school is a good time for parents of younger students to review 529 plan investments.
Tax benefits are available to aunts and uncles who contribute to a relative’s 529 plan college account.
Set up a framework as part of the divorce that maps out how to handle your kids’ college costs.
Share 529 plan account statements and match contributions to involve children in saving for college.
Building credit takes on-time payments, but there are ways international students can start.
If a student gets a full ride, it may be time to stop contributing to a tax-advantaged college account.