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529 College Savings: The Cost Of Waiting

529 College Savings: The Cost Of Waiting

In previous posts, we’ve covered how today’s parents are starting college funds for their children earlier than previous generations. According to a Vanguard study on its 529 plan account holders, "0" is the most common age when 529 accounts are initially funded. The...

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How Do Employer-Sponsored 529 Plans Work?

How Do Employer-Sponsored 529 Plans Work?

What Is An Employer-Sponsored 529 Plan? Employer-sponsored 529 plans are tax-advantaged education savings accounts offered to employees through their workplace benefits program.  529 plans can help employees save for K-12 tuition, higher education, and trade...

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How Employers Can Help With Student Loans

How Employers Can Help With Student Loans

Student Debt is a Big Problem For The Entire Workforce It’s no secret. With student debt now totaling over $1.7T, it has become a massive problem for all Americans. The average 2020 graduate left school with over $30,000 in loans, and this number continues to grow...

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Business News: Venture Nashville Post

Business News: Venture Nashville Post

SavvyFi recently made news over on Venture Nashville! Content from site quoted below: "FINTECH: Nashville's Savvy Financial Inc. (SavvyFi) filed in August for a $2MM raise they began in 2018, now showing $755MM in. Savvy was formed in 2017 by Jeffrey Hull and Steve...

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Crowdfunding Gifts To Your Baby’s 529 College Fund

Crowdfunding Gifts To Your Baby’s 529 College Fund

Crowdfunding and crowdsourcing have become more and more prominent in today’s society.  Startups are using Kickstarter to crowdfund their initial investments.  Many major companies crowdsource innovation by posting open challenges for the smartest folks in...

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Should You Pay Off Student Loans Or Save For…

Should You Pay Off Student Loans Or Save For…

The “Should I pay off my student loans or save for ___?” question has become much more important as of late.  The average student loan debt for Class of 2019 graduates was $29,900.   With the standard 10-year repayment term, this generally equates to a $300...

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