Have you started saving for your child’s college?

May 14th, 2013

by Katrina Brooke

Save a little, GET a lot!
Local families look to Washington’s Guaranteed Education Tuition (GET) Program as a secure and predictable way to save for their children’s future college costs. As the name implies, GET accounts are guaranteed to keep pace with rising tuition. The formula is simple: put away what you can – as early as possible – and watch your account grow.
GET is a 529 plan, specifically designed to help families save for college. All savings grow tax free and can be used nationwide at nearly any public or private college, university or technical school.
GET Started Today
Opening a GET account is most rewarding while your children are young. The earlier you start, the more GET’s steady growth will add to your account. GET offers several savings options that fit a variety of needs and budgets. And remember that you’re not alone. Family and friends can conveniently contribute to your child’s GET account in any amount – a great gift for any occasion! Save a little, GET a lot. It all adds up over time.
Visit GET’s website to learn more and Enroll by May 31!
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