Compare College Savings Plans
Make Private Education More Attainable
Charting a course for college saving solutions
There are many choices to consider when saving for college. Most families will pay for college using a combination of sources, which can include savings, present income, pre-purchases of tuition and other sources such as grants and financial aid including loans.
The course a family chooses depends on how many years of the family has to save before the student enrolls as well as the family's overall financial goals and investment preferences. With college costs continually on the rise, now is the time to begin researching and comparing options for saving for college.
Compare College Savings Options:
- Private College 529 Plan
- State Sponsored 529 Plans
- Coverdell Education Savings Account
- Custodial Accounts (UGMA/UTMA)
- Roth IRA
- Education Savings Bonds
“We have been very pleased with the Private College 529 Plan. We prepaid tuition for all three of our children. The cost of tuition has almost doubled, but by locking in the tuition, we were able to avoid surprises –including the downturn in the market in 2008-2009. There are many outstanding colleges and universities from all over the country to choose from. We highly recommend the plan to others.”
David B. West.