Like many of you, Colleen and I have children who we hope to send to college. And like some of you, we have a significant amount of liquid cash and investments. Mathematically, it would probably make a lot of sense to front-load the 529 plans for our two girls, or at least one of them.
Ahh, spring is here. The flowers, the birds. Sunny seventy degree weather. It's time to scrape the rust off the grill, test drive the lawn mower (or call the gardener!) and order some running shoes. And, of course, I always find this burst of renewal a great time to reflect on financial goals. After all, it still rains in the spring, so take advantage!
For those of you that have been diligently reading my quarterly letters (thanks Mom and Dad). You will remember that there is Financial Spring Cleaning that needs to be done. The rest of you can catch up on that here. It's also a good time to revisit your goals. One goal that I have discussed often is saving for college. But not only saving for college, saving for college with the 529 plan...
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