Investing For Your Children 101

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***THIS BOOK IS WRITTEN EXCLUSIVELY FOR US (AMERICAN) INVESTORS***

Are you a new parent?

Maybe you don't yet have kids, but know that you want them someday?

If you answered "yes" to either of the questions above, odds are you are also going to want to save money for them, so that you can give them a better quality of life than you had.

This book is your beginner's guide to learning the essential financial accounts available to you as a parent.

In Investing For Your Children 101, you will learn about:

  • The #1 Financial Mistake Parents Make
  • 529 College Savings Plans
  • UGMA/UTMA Custodial Accounts
  • Custodial Roth IRA's
  • Taxable Brokerage Accounts
  • Gift Tax (and lifetime exemption)
  • Basics of Index Funds
  • 96-Year Historical Annual Return of the S&P 500
  • Commonly Asked Questions (and answers) Parents Have

Also included is a final chapter discussing various hypothetical family scenarios. Included in these hypothetical family scenarios are:

  • Family income levels
  • Number of children
  • Family risk tolerance/concerns
  • Future plans for children(s) money
  • Financial accounts they chose to use

The intent of this final chapter is to provide you, the reader, with various family scenarios that you can hopefully identify with. 

By being able to identify with hypothetical scenarios, it may give you even further insight into the types of financial accounts that are best for you and your family!

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  • PDF copy of Investing For Your Children 101: The Beginners Guide To Building Wealth For Your Children
  • Size6.39 MB
  • Length100 pages

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