An invaluabl, in-depth resource for the estate and tax planning strategies and vehicles available for families saving for higher education. While focusingon all aspects of the popular 529 plans, the author also provides information on all other savings options, including 529 prepaid plans, Coverdell Educational Savings Accounts, qualified savings bonds, UGMAs/UTMAs, trusts, insurance, financial aid, grants, scholarships, and loans. It compares and contrasts techniques and applies them to different income groups. Includes numerous planning tips, charts, and examples.The advantage of this investment tool is that the interest rate almost keeps up with the spiraling costs of college. The disadvantage is that the interest income is taxable. For more information, contact ... The home can be refinanced, used for an equity line of credit, or used for a home equity loan. 7. The New Housing Realityanbsp;...
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