One thing all of us bloggers crave, in my opinion, is community. Isn’t that what we’re searching for when we create this little space on the internet? Well sometimes you still have questions that need answering outside of your blogging community. Like for example, when it comes to financial planning or college financial planning. I’ve found a great outlet through the Wells Fargo Community for just that. I’m thankful to have my financial situation for college pretty well planned out, but what about Alea? How can we start saving for her college education?
College costs a pretty penny these days. Financial aid only covers so much and loans can get scary. It’s important to start planning ahead of time for those expenses that you’re going to inevitably have to handle in the future. I’m sure its all of our dreams to see our little babies graduate high school and go on to college (just not at a college too far away). It’s scary to think about now, but it’s important. I didn’t know everything about the college financial planning when I went into school and I still don’t know it all now even though I’m in the midst of it all. It can be very confusing, but with resources like the Wells Fargo Community it can all be much more manageable than we would’ve ever thought!
Through the Wells Fargo Community you can ask questions, answer other people’s questions, and have your questions answered by other parents, guidance counselors as well as financial advisers. It truly is a helpful experience! Whether you just have a quick question that needs answering or you just want to peruse the boards to see if your question has already been answered, it’s not only helpful, but it’s easy to navigate as well.
Are you or your children going through the college financial planning experience? Have you started planning for your child’s college career yet? What sorts of questions would you like answered through the Wells Fargo Community?
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