Life is unpredictable; there are few things that are certain. Things change, people move and prices go up. However, no matter how much life changes one thing will always remain the same. Parents will always want the best for their children and college will always be an expense on their minds.
This post has been sponsored by Country Financial but all opinions are my own.
College is expensive as we all know. Putting a price tag on opportunities, education and the future is impossible, but preparing for the days when your children have finished high school and are ready to explore the world of higher learning is crucial.
In addition to life being unpredictable, it also moves fast. One day, you hold a baby in your arms, and then you blink a few times to find that your baby has outgrown your arms and is in fact, no longer a baby.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could have the assurance that no matter how many times you blink, or how fast the time flies, you can accumulate savings for college with small steps? Well, you can! Country Financial offers 529 college plans that are perfect for young families and will eliminate so much of the stress of paying for college.
A picture is worth a thousand words, but a video is worth a thousand feels. This is a great way to put a 529 college plan into perspective, complete with all of the feels!
No matter what your budget it, you can make a 529 College Plan work for your family. Over time, these plans gain more interest than your average savings account. Best of all, they offer tax benefits that make a smart saving with small steps incredibly easy!
Preparing for a bright future begins early, with smart savings, a plan, and a great financial advisor, you can give your children the key to an education that will prepare them for their adult lives. Taking small steps today changes the game in the years to come.
Have you started to take small steps towards paying for college? I would love to hear more about how you are saving. Have you started a 529 Plan to secure a bright future for your children?