Articles by Reyna Gobel
Failing to qualify for tax credits and taking loans against a 401(k) are two common problems.
Most college savings plans are available to both in-state and out-of-state residents.
Students who get part-time jobs and internships may be more motivated to save for school.
Administrative fees and the overall costs of college savings accounts are on the decline.
Some college savings accounts adjust allocations based on the age of the child who will use the money.
Learn more about things to do as you prepare to set up one of these college savings plans.