Updated on April 15th, 2016
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Over the past few months, my husband and I have discussed our desires to start saving for our children’s education. Not knowing where exactly to begin, we decided to make a list of important questions we have been pondering in relation to different aspects of saving for our children’s future. Are you constantly thinking about your child’s educational future? Here are 10 questions we found important!
10 Questions You Should Be Asking About Saving For Your Child’s Education
1. When should I start saving?
2. What can I start doing NOW to save?
3. How do I teach my children the importance of saving money?
4. How much money do I need to save?
5. What types of saving options are available to my family?
6. Saving for my child’s education seems complicated. Where do I start?
7. Why is it so important to save for college?
8. How does saving money now affect my financial future?
9. How can my children start saving their own money for college?
10. What is the best saving option available for my family’s current financial situation?
Have you ever asked yourself these questions? Are you passionate about planning for your child’s future? Well you aren’t alone. On Tuesday, March 29th, 2016 at 7PM CST/8PM EST, you’re invited to join in the 1-hour long State Farm #BabySteps Twitter Party with host @MomSparks and special guest State Farm agent @KitsiaGaines.
During the #BabySteps Twitter Party, you will have the opportunity to learn about the importance of saving for your child’s education, and to gather helpful questions to ask your State Farm agent about the saving options available to your family.
To RSVP to the #BabySteps Twitter Party, simply click here. It will be a great way to learn more about your options, and we will be giving away prizes from $50-$250!
What questions would you ask during the #BabySteps State Farm Twitter Party?
This post was sponsored by State Farm. For more information on the best financial services for your family, please visit or call a State Farm agent.