Host Letitia Berbaum was joined in the podcast studio by Jonathan Sparling, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Private College 529 Brand. Jonathan has over a decade of higher education related experience. Through his work, Jonathan has counseled students and families on college planning, savings, financing and general financial education. He has developed content and curriculum for industry partners and advised on best practices for engaging students in educational content. He thrives on supporting individual consumers reach their higher education objectives while also consulting industry partners on effective strategies to support their customers. In this episode Letitia and Jonathan discuss the nuances and benefits of 529 plans.
In this episode learn more about:
-What a 529 Plan consists of as a Tax Advantage College Savings Plan
-How a 529 Plan can be created
-What the benefits are of a 529 Plan and why parents often choose to create one
-Why saving early and often can add up efficiently
-Top tips for strategizing education-focused savings plans
Learn more about Jonathan Sparling and Private College 529 Brand by visiting: https://www.collegewell.com/private-college-529-plan/
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