We see this happen all the time: our clients come to us assuming their parents will help pay for their children’s future college tuition costs and education expenses. They want to work these assumptions into their financial planning, but there’s just one problem.
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The rising costs of education is something that all parents understand all too well. College costs are beginning to moderate, but private high school costs in Kansas City are still showing steady price increases. The average increase for the 2017-2018 academic year is 3.1%.
All families have questions about how they should go about paying for college. High income earners may have additional ability or capacity to save for their children’s college, but there are key items to consider when paying for college education.
Grandparents love their grandkids! Once their own needs are looked after many grandparent’s want to help out with their grandchildren’s education.