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529 Day: CV-19 has Not Changed the Importance of Saving for College

The global CV-19 pandemic has reshaped our lives and thrown chaos into every element of the college process. But has it changed the way we should think about saving and paying for college?  Is this 529 Day – May 29, 2020, the year of CV-19, truly different from years past?  Not when we consider the big picture.

Will Colleges open in the fall?

John Hupalo and Bob Brooks, host of the Prudent Money Radio Show, talk about campus life as “usual” in the fall and the student lawsuits for refunds for remote vs. campus-based learning.

How Is COVID-19 Affecting Colleges?

Join John Hupalo for a great conversation with Bob Brooks on the implications COVID-19 is having on high school juniors, seniors and student loan borrowers.