Articles under “Planning”

A Decade After the Crash, Wealthfront Clients Are Surprisingly Hopeful for the Future

Wealthfront surveyed more than 1,000 clients to understand how millennials felt about their financial futures 10 years after the Great Recession. We found that despite stalled careers and anxiety about the economy, many millennials still feel successful and “on track” to meet their financial goals today.

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Saving for College: 4 Big Questions Every Parent Needs to Consider

It’ll cost an estimated $302,700 to send today’s newborns to a four-year private college, according to Wealthfront research. Here’s what you need to think about today if you have kids who may be college-bound in the future.

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Surviving the Crash: One Woman’s Unexpected Path to Financial Security

We surveyed Wealthfront clients about their experience surviving the financial crisis of 2008. For Joyce Lee, adaptability, hard work, and thoughtful financial planning have allowed her to succeed in an unexpected career, buy a home, and begin planning for her future family.

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Saving for College: How ‘Superfunding’ Could Supercharge Your College Fund

You can fund a 529 account with up to five years of contributions at once. This feature, called superfunding, is a powerful tool in preparing for your child’s college expenses.

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