Sarita Broadway, College Foundation of North Carolina Regional Representative, shares some survey results on parents’ savings habits. She also spoke on advice and opportunities for paying for college.
Featured on WNCN-RAL (CBS) Raleigh, NC – “My Carolina Talk” – 5/12/2016
A new study shows a staggering 33% of parents in North Carolina have not saved anything for their child’s college education. College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) Regional Representative Takeila Hall explains that it’s never too early nor too late to start saving for your child’s college.
Recorded at WGHP-TV Greensboro, North Carolina on 5/4/2016.
How would you like to give a child a lasting gift for Christmas? Instead of toys and clothes, consider opening up an NC 529 Plan for saving for college early.
Recorded 12/21/2015 on WBTV in Charlotte, NC.
Tameika Ruffin, College Foundation of North Carolina Regional Representative, shares how giving a holiday gift with the NC 529 Plan is an excellent way to help a child with college savings. She explained how you can start a savings account with as little as $25.
Recorded on WJZY Charlotte – 12/15/2015
Fewer American parents with children under age 18 are saving for college this year — down more than 50% from the previous year. Takeila Hall, a College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) Regional Rep, talks about financial benefits and options with the NC 529 Plan. She also explained the advantages of an NC 529 account over a regular savings account.
Recorded on WGHP in Winston Salem, North Carolina – 12/9/2015