How a Roth IRA Can Make Your Kid a Millionaire – with Logan Allec

Compound interest is amazing. When our money starts making money over and over again, that’s when our retirement portfolios can grow rapidly. A funded Roth IRA will have a 6-figure sum in what seems like no time at all.

But what if we could harness that same power for our kids and turn them into future millionaires?

Today, I’ve invited Logan Allec to talk about how we can do this with a Roth IRA for kids. Logan is a CPA, real estate investor, and a full-time personal finance blogger.

And after spending nearly 10 years helping big businesses save money in his role as a tax advisor, he launched his site Money Done Right to help everybody make more money, save more money, and grow more money.

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Transforming Education to Give Our Kids a Better Future – with Emma Perez

Our kid’s education is important. The time they spend in school can help them determine their plans for college and their future careers.

But is our kid’s school situation the best it can be? Are they really learning? Are we actually preparing them for current global economy?

According to our guest today, time’s are changing and our school system needs to change as well.

Emma Perez joins us today and we’re going to discuss transformation education and how our kids can thrive and live happy lives.

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How to Get $126,000 in College Scholarships – with Jocelyn Paonita

When my daughter Zoey was born we met with a financial advisor to discuss her future college needs. He advised us that for Zoey to attend an in-state college like Michigan State University, we’d be looking at a price tag of about $200,000. 4 years of college would cost us $200,000!

Since then, we’ve been diligently saving in our state sponsored 529 plan through low-cost index funds. But honestly we don’t feel like there is any way we’re going to be able to save that much money by the time she’s 18. And quite frankly, Nicole and I want to make sure we’re set for our retirement before Zoey and Calvin get a free ride to college. Sorry kids!

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