Tuition costs are skyrocketing. Steady savings is the key to making college more affordable.
Once upon a time, you just needed good grades and solid SAT scores to get into college. Now, with tuition costs increasing every year, it can take a sizable financial commitment as well. Fortunately, there are several types of educational savings accounts that can help you make the grade. The best approach is to develop a long-term plan and to stick with it. This calculator will let you see how much you're likely to save at your current pace and help you decide whether to fine-tune your approach.
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