Money Watch: Investing tips to help put kids through college

Money Watch: Investing tips to help put kids through college
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Money Watch, a personal finance column that runs every Saturday, features a financial planner from the National Association of Personal Financial Advisorsanswering reader questions about saving, protecting and growing your money. To submit a question, e-mail USA TODAY personal finance reporter Christine Dugas at: cdugas@usatoday.com.

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Q: I am a single parent. I will soon be debt-free and then I can set aside a little money for my daughter’s college. Should I put it in a savings account or are there better options? I will only have four years to save.

A: Four years is not a long time horizon; however, you still need to be willing to take on some investment risk in order to…………… continues on USA TODAY

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