Answering reader questions on using 529s for K-12 education, interest from I Bonds, timing your ETF transactions, and why TIPS aren't doing great.
As a military veteran, you can transfer your GI Bill to your child for their college education. But will it be enough to pay for school?
Most kids of high-income professionals won't qualify for need-based financial aid. Instead, it's best to rely on these 4 pillars to pay the cost of college.
Don't make the mistake of putting all your resources toward college savings at the expense of retirement savings. It'll likely come back to bite you.
Financial aid planning is the new thing to maximize the difference between the cost of attendance and the expected family contribution. But most high-income professionals shouldn't bother.
Mid-career physicians face unique financial difficulties when compared to their broke early career counterparts and their late career colleagues wrestling with an impending retirement. Consider these issues in your financial planning.