Updated on June 15th, 2016
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This past year, we had the blessing of welcoming a new little girl into our family. Becoming a family of four, I’ve realized that there is no better time to start preparing for our family’s future financial needs; most importantly, saving for our children’s education. Because these two little souls mean the absolute world to me, I want to do my best to make sure their future is bright.
The Importance of Saving for Your Child’s Education
Why: There’s no question that the cost of college continues to rise. In order to help assist your child, it’s important to get a plan in motion. Although my parents made sure I did my part to help save for my college education, the financial assistance they were able to provide was greatly appreciated; I would love to do the same for my children. Can you think of a better investment?
When: NOW! It’s never too early to start preparing for your child’s future. The earlier you begin saving for your child’s education, the greater advantage you’ll have. You can start teaching your children the importance of saving with these ideas.
How: Meet with a State Farm agent. I can’t tell you how many questions I had regarding different options available through State Farm. Being a new parent, I honestly had NO idea how to even start the process. Sitting down with my local State Farm agent Jory Inama, I was able to ask my questions, receive my answers, explore my options, and get my strategies in motion. The most important thing I learned was the importance of starting to save NOW for my children’s future. For more information, be sure to check out these tips for saving for your child’s education.
Assisting your children with their future educational goals is one of the best gifts you can ever give. To learn more about the financial options offered by State Farm, be sure to visit your local State Farm agent.
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.