A little bit of saving could save your child’s future

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A little bit of saving could save your child’s future

Nobody said saving for your child’s education is easy, but it is possible. Here are five valuable tips

Sanet Oberholzer

Very few things in life are cheap. Children are certainly not one of those things, least of all a decent education that will set them apart in life and give them the edge that you hope will make them successful and happy. This requires careful planning, commitment and wise long-term decisions.

There are many things to consider when choosing a plan to save for your child’s education, including the rising cost of living.

From primary and secondary to tertiary, education is pricey and you will need to ensure you have sufficient funds for a number of years, whether that is for your child to complete matric or to study at university – which can stretch beyond an undergraduate degree...

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