Saving for Your Child’s College and Educational Expenses
529’s and More
Providing for education expenses can be challenging – the 2019-2020 College Board survey revealed that tuition plus room and board expenses continue to rise by an average of 2.6% per year for public schools and 3.3% for private.* So if you’re considering providing education expenses – private elementary, high school and/or college or post-graduate studies – for your child or grandchild, you’ll want to attend this valuable presentation with Dina Artzt, Parent’s Club Alumni and Senior Vice President-Wells Fargo Advisors.
Building a Child’s Education Fund
Tuesday December 8th, 2020 12:00 PM
Wonderful World of Zoom (link will be provided upon registration)
You’ll learn about the variety of ways to invest for your child or grandchild, including investing in your own name, custodial accounts, education savings accounts, and 529 plans. You’ll also hear how much it costs if you procrastinate, and familiarize yourself with some typical investment choices you may want to consider.
With over 30 years of investment experience, Dina has been investing in college savings accounts for her clients and her own children since the accounts were first made available and is happy to share that she still has 529 funds she is using for her daughter’s law school expenses. Making a plan to save for your child’s education is so important and Dina will discuss best practices for saving for your little one’s very important future.
Link to Dina’s background: https://home.wellsfargoadvisors.com/Dina.Artzt. Please forward any questions in advance to Dina who can work your questions into the presentation: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you!