Posts In Education fee planning
Jamie Bubb-Sacklyn chatted with Tan Chung Han on his money show, Ringgit and Sense, about the high and rising cost of a university education and how parents can ease the pain. In his latest blog, he discusses six key considerations for anyone wondering where to start with education fee planning.
One of the great benefits for working for the UN is that most contracts cover children’s school fees which is a great benefit and a huge boost to potential savings. However, this may not be enough to cover it all. In Carl Turner's latest blog, he discusses the often neglected area of university fee and living costs planning.
Consumer credit in the UK is growing in double figures each year and young people are the most susceptible. As parents, what can we do to give our children the best possible financial start in life? Education is key - and in more than one sense.
High-quality education is one of the most precious gifts you can give a child. Dermot Monaghan talks about how saving regularly could save your child from a life burdened by debt, in which they are unable to save for retirement and a secure financial future.
Wherever you are based in the world, high-quality education for your child(ren) is a priority, but it can come at a huge cost especially when you factor in living expenses and the cost of a student loan. Infinity's Dermot Monaghan investigates.
Infinity's Joe Regan takes a look at the advantages of taking out an education fee plan.
Lynda Calver examines the continuing rise of the cost of higher education and looks at how families can use financial planning to meet the university challenge.