An Easy Way To Invest In Your Child’s Future

Here’s the thing, I am a big believer in investing. I invest in plenty of different ways for myself professionally and personally. It is no different for my son. 

I invested in his 529 Plan (which is a college account). I love that he is already set up for the future, and it can keep building each year. Plus the stock market, adds value often!   I use Victory Capital for my son’s account. 

Here is how you can get started: 

• Contributions invested offer tax-advantaged growth

• Withdrawals are free from federal taxes for qualified education expenses3

• Funds can pay for K-12 tuition, college, apprenticeship programs, and even student loan repayments

  • You can start with a $50 initial investment and an automatic recurring contribution of at least $50 per month

Meet Susie Liberatore

As an Art Director with over 10 years of experience in the agency and corporate world, I saw global and local clients missing out on so many opportunities to get leads because of inconsistent branding. My goal is to help them generate new clients with my strategic processes. I help businesses NOT waste time or money and provide the highest quality design and service. As a single mom to an autistic child, I know how valuable time and money are. 

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