A good transcript is a great start to college. But there's more you need to know.
A good student uses every possible resource to learn about a subject. The same approach pays off when you're learning how to save for college. Middlesex Financial Group advisors can clearly explain various savings strategies, offer ideas for covering tuition costs, and help you provide your young scholar with an opportunity to get the best education possible.
- Learn about long-term saving and investment options
- Discuss benefits of 529 Plans
- Find out about the tax advantages of various approaches
- Learn about grandparent education gifting with estate planning advantages
- Before getting ready to apply for college, discuss strategies to position assets to maximize financial aid potential
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Middlesex Financial Group is not a registered broker-dealer or Registered Investment Adviser. Middlesex Financial Group and Commonwealth are separate and unaffiliated entities of one another. Fixed insurance products and services offered by Middlesex Financial Group are separate and unrelated to Commonwealth Financial Network.