Justin Urbas – Should You Save For Your Child’s College Education?

I’ve mentioned before that my parents did not have any money set aside for my college education. I don’t blame them. I was the third of seven kids in a firmly middle-class family. Keeping all of us fed and in good health must have been a major financial undertaking. I spent many years working my way through college and eventually took out a few student loans to finish up my last few semesters.

My husband’s parents didn’t help him pay for college, either. His parents prioritized their retirement savings – as they should. He worked all summer and during the semester to pay for tuition, books and other expenses. He made it through college debt-free but lived on condiment sandwiches for most of his college years because he couldn’t afford groceries. Lest you think I’m exaggerating, he literally ate condiment sandwiches. He must’ve developed a taste for it because to this day, ketchup and mustard make up a large segment of our grocery budget.

More at: http://www.forbes.com/sites/janetberryjohnson/2016/05/19/should-you-save-for-your-childs-college-education/#679834257137

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Author: justinurbas

Justin urbas is a well known entrepreneur & tax specialist,his abilities are to build multi million dollar company from the ground up.He has an expertise in tax strategy and planning,wealth creation,motivation and leadership. Visit: http://www.davidjustinurbas.com/

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