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Paying for college with the 529 college savings plan may be one of the best ways to help you save money for your children’s education. There are many different types of 529 plans and most states offer their own version. Generally though, most have very similar characteristics when it comes to the basics.
 

In the next couple of weeks, thousands of college students will be heading off to college for the first time. As parents, there is a wealth of information to impart to your children to make sure they have a successful college experience and that includes the financial aspects of college.
 

A lifetime of good financial decisions can all be undone with a few poor financial decisions that have long term impacts. Sometimes the biggest key to financial success is driven by the actions you avoid rather than the actions you take. 

As the end of the year approaches, being sure you are in good shape for filing your 2017 taxes is a smart money move to make. Here are simple tips to be sure you’re on track for tax filing in 2018. 

Whether your child is a first-year or fourth-year college student, it is important to teach them good financial habits. A great place to start is by having them create a spending plan.

In the next couple of weeks, thousands of college students will be heading off to college for the first time. As parents, there is a wealth of information to impart to your children, but perhaps the most important are the following five financial tips.
 

Whether you’re going to college or attending high school, FORUM’s Student Checking Account gives you the flexibility and services to accommodate your lifestyle.  Plus, right now if you open a Student Checking Account before August 31, you’ll be entered to win a MacBook Air computer!*

Parents of high school seniors will soon be facing the reality of paying for college and for some this could be a scary prospect. Most parents want to help their kids avoid massive student loan debt upon graduation and even if you are not fully prepared to pay for college there are still ways to help your child even at this late date.
 

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