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Nov. 9 Webinar Shares How To Plan For Your Middle Schooler’s Higher Education

Your Teen Magazine and Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, have again teamed up on a webinar focused on middle school students. The first one on Aug. 24 focused on how to support their middle school student’s mental health. This new webinar, set for Wednesday, Nov. 9, will discuss how to plan to cover their higher education expenses, even though the child is now in middle school.

The “Saving for College in Middle School: It’s Not Too Late to Save” webinar will answer such frequently asked 529 questions such as: 

  • If my child is in middle school, how much do I have to save each month in order to have enough for college?
  • How can I gift my child or grandchild future educational opportunities rather than toys now?
  • How does our family save for the future in the current economy?

The webinar will discuss how to start saving for your child’s higher education as well as explain how flexible 529 college savings plans are: from how they can be used at higher education institutions—like four-year colleges, community colleges; trade, technical, or vocational schools; apprenticeships; and certificate programs—nationwide; and how these costs can be paid for with a tax-free 529 withdrawal.

The online webinar will start at 8 p.m. ET Wednesday, Nov. 9. You must register to receive the Zoom link. You can register now at Even if you can’t attend but would still like to learn from this webinar, please register. Every person who does will receive a link to free video recording a few days after the webinar.

Visit Ohio’s 529 Plan online to start saving today for your child’s future education with as little as $25. A 529 account can be used for whatever school comes after high school—including four-year colleges and universities, community colleges, tech, trade or vocational schools, apprenticeships and certificate programs.  Learn, plan, and start with Ohio’s 529 Plan today at

Posted on November 15, 2022

Ohio Tuition Trust Authority

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