This is a sponsored post by Scholarshare. My desire to have you start a college fund for your children is all mine.
It’s that wonderful time of year again. A time for family, food, chaos and fun. The time of year for gift buying and spreading joy. The time of year we watch our bank accounts slowly being depleted. The time of year when the look on our children’s faces bring warmth to our hearts as they open a gift they have been begging for for months.
One of the greatest gifts you could can get your little Johnny or Sally is the gift they don’t ask for. One that probably you haven’t even considered. One neither of you are thinking about during those fun Santa years. The gift of education.
I know what you’re thinking,”What five year old wants to open an envelope containing a certificate that tells them in 13 years if they decide to go to college, mom and dad have already started a fund for them?” The answer is none of them. I get it.
She’ll outgrow the holiday sweater. She’ll never outgrow a college education. – Scholarshare
That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get it for them anyway. They don’t even need to know you got it for them. It doesn’t have to be much. You can start the account with $25.00. Then you can add $25.00 per month. It is not only a gift you are giving to them, it’s a gift you are giving to yourself.
I know it’s hard to believe but they will be 18 before you know it.
Keenan went from this…
…in a blink.
College is getting more expensive by the day. How much will it cost by the time they get there? Wouldn’t it be wonderful for you to know that on their 18th birthday you could give them the gift of education?
This is a sponsored post by Scholarshare. All thoughts and opinions are my own.