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Post subject: hollister co france 7 Reasons To Open A 529 Colleg
529 College Savings Plans, or Qualified Tuition Programs, have been around since 1996 and have been growing in popularity ever since. Here are a few of the reasons you ought to consider before opening a 529 account to help pay for your child or grandchild's college [url=http://ilms-saga.jp/cgi-def/admin/C-002/notice-board/visit/main.pl?PAGE_NUM=1%2525255Dfarmville]woolrich parka Economy-Pleasa[/url] education.
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2. Many Investment Choices - In most states, when you choose to invest in a 529 account, you will have many investment possibilities. While they vary from plan to plan, you will probably be able to find suitable portfolios whether you are conservative, moderate or aggressive in your investment style. Many states have age-based funds that will automatically [url=http://www.vivid-host.com/barbour.htm]barbour uk outlet[/url] move your money as the beneficiary grows older, so you don't need to make any decisions after the initial choice. Of course, there are [url=http://www.orlando-apts.com/nfljerseys/]nfl jerseys[/url] also manual portfolios that do not change over time unless you decide to move the funds.
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6. Change Beneficiary if Necessary - So you opened a 529 for your grandchild and as they approached 18, it became obvious that they would not be going on to college. Fortunately, with a 529, this may not present a big problem. You can change the beneficiary to another family member (another grandchild, your children, or even yourself) and retain all the benefits of the 529. Should you not want to do this, you still have the option of taking the funds out of the account, though there would likely be significant tax obligations if you do.
7. Low Fees - One of the benefits of investing through these state run plans is that in most cases, the state treasurers have negotiated down the management and administrative fees to a very low level. However, the fees do vary from state to state and even from plan to plan, so make sure you check the fees when comparing 529 plans.
All in all, 529 programs offer large advantages when compared to other methods of saving for college such as Coverdell ESA's or UTMA's. Open a 529 account as early as possible to take advantage of the compounding effect on your returns. Check with your financial advisor to ensure the 529 is your best choice.
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