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College Savings 529 Plans

529 Saving Plans That Work For You

These plans can have some nice tax perks, but the differ from state to state! If saving for higher education for your kids is a goal, lets chat about what option may be best for your family.

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Looking for some financial aid help?

Take a look at these websites and don't leave money on the table!

  • www.FinAid.org
    FinAid! provides free information on financial aid, loans, savings, military aid, and scholarships.
  • www.Studentaid.ed.gov
    Student Aid on the Web offers financial aid information from the U.S. Department of Education.
  • www.Students.gov
    Students.gov is the official U.S. government website designed for college students and their families.
  • www.FAFSA.gov
    Application and information about FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
  • www.CollegeBoard.org
    College Board develops the CSS (College Scholarship Services) Profile form, which many schools require students to complete in order to apply for financial aid.
  • www.Overview.com/colleges
    Overview.com searches for top campus colleges, including junior colleges, technical colleges and schools, vocational colleges, and business colleges.
  • www.princetonreview.com
    PrincetonReview.com is the PrincetonReviewCollege Search engine.
  • www.naia.org
    Official site of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. NAIA seeks to fully integrate life, academics, sports, and fitness into the higher education environment.
  • www.NCAAStudent.org
    This site is dedicated to helping students understand the balance between academics and sports required of every student-athlete for a successful life in and out of school.
  • www.njcaa.org
    NJCAA is an association of community college and junior college athletic departments.
  • www.pin.ed.gov
    This Web site is your source of information for the Federal Student Aid PIN.
  • www.upromise.com
    Where your everyday spending can pay you back with money for college.
  • www.ibrinfo.org   IBRinfo was created by the nonprofit, nonpartisan Project on Student Debt to help student loan borrowers learn about two new federal loan programs: Income Based Repayment (IBR) and Public Service Loan Forgiveness.
  • www.treasurydirect.gov Treasury products are a convenient and secure way to save money and can be used to pay for college and associated educational expenses.

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