How much you should have in a 529 plan by age to save for college for your children, including high and low contributions for public and private school.
We explore a few 529 studies that compare the performance of each state’s 529 plan with a lower-cost, out-of-state plan.
A 529 plan is an education savings account with federal tax benefits. The plans can be complicated, so we’ve broken down how 529 plans work into simple terms.
While the IRS doesn’t impose 529 plan contribution limits, states do set aggregate maximums for their 529 plans and may set annual caps too.
Hadley is a 529 savings plan that enables multiple parties to contribute to a childs college savings. Find out how it works in this Hadley 529 app review.
Wondering what are qualified expenses for a 529 plan? Here’s exactly what can and can’t be covered by your 529 college savings plan.
Saving for college is complicated in America because there are different 529 plan rules that are set by each state.
How does a 529 plan affect your financial aid and how to report a 529 plan on your FAFSA.
There are many ways grandparents can grandkids pay for college, including a few that have tax and financial aid benefits. We compare your best options!
The Private College 529 Plan lets you lock in current tuition rates for the future. But which schools recognize the plan and is it worth the cost? Learn more.
A grandparent-owned 529 plan is a type of college savings plan where the account owner is a grandparent, as opposed to a parent.