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Savings Calculators and Comparisons
There are any number of calculators to help research how much college can cost, how much to save, and more. But here are some that we think are the best to work with, for you and clients.
Start from the beginning, what type of saver is your client?
Do they want to pay it all? Do they want help from Grandma and Grandpa? Or do they want “to build character” - the character of their child by pushing some of the financial needs on them as well.
Define Your Saving Personality
- The College Savings Planner – an interactive tool that allows a family to research future costs of college, how much to save to get to varying levels of those costs, for 1 to as many as 4 children (or students), and more.
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- How much will college cost? – a more basic calculator that estimates the cost of one year of college depending on the age of your client’s child or student.
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- Time is ticking! What is it costing to wait another day? - compare monthly and lump-sum costs of saving now versus the amounts you will likely have to save if you wait.
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College Savings Comparison Charts
Understand the difference between CollegeInvest 529 Savings Plans and trust accounts, Coverdell education savings accounts, Roth Individual Retirement Accounts, U.S. Savings Bonds, and other taxable accounts.
Education Cents was created by CollegeInvest to help families understand financial matters and to provide the tools they need to help finance their family's higher education. With improved financial literacy, families – and students - will have a better understanding of the positive impact that higher education can have on their financial future. By understanding and creating a financial plan, they can help their child get to college and stay in college.
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