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Parents of students starting college this fall can finally withdraw the funds they’ve worked so hard to accumulate in their 529 plans, education savings plans with tax benefits.
But before parents request funds from their plan administrator or adviser, they have to be aware of key details, such as when tuition is due and how long it takes to ask for a distribution of funds and receive the check.
Read the full article at usnews.com. . .
Four-year tuition and fees for public universities will be $95,000 for kids starting school in 2028, estimates savingforcollege.com. To meet those needs, parents are seeking help from friends and relatives to pay for college.
Some new websites offer parents creative ways to solicit donations for education expenses. College savings registry sites offer an array of E-mail invitations for events, announcements for children’s educational milestones, and depending on the site, profile pages that show progress toward savings goals.
Read more at Usnews.com.