How can a schoolteacher dad and stay-at-home mom send their four kids to college? Where should a 23-year-old keep the savings that she’s accumulating to buy a home by the time she’s 27 or 28?
What should a listener know about retirement planning if he has a pension? And should a listener rollover his 401k from my his former employer?
Former financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy and I tackle these four questions in this week’s episode. Here are the details.
When I hear friends and coworkers talking about college tuition for their kids, all I can think about is how in the world am I going to send my four kids to college? I think I have a plan – I’d love to hear your opinion.
From what I hear, college can be between $20,000 to $50,000 per year.