Using a child's bank account to secure your child's education

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Posted by James on Monday August 24, 2015 at 13:37:52:

Opening a bank account for a child is one wonderful idea all parents should adopt. I consider it of the best decision any parent would make for his/her child. It tells a lot about how good their future is going to be. It will help you to cope with heir bills when they roll in, the future.

Although nobody expects evil, we all know that it is inevitable and as such should prepare for it. As a parent something could happen to you in the future making you unable or not available to handle the bills of your child's need, one of which is his/her education. This is when your child's bank account will speak. If you already had money in the bank in your child's name, that could serve for the education bills.

What this basically requires is that you open a bank account in the name of the child, place sufficient funds in it that would be enough to cover for the child's education in the long term even till university level if you so which. The child will not be able to manage the account directly until he/she reaches a legal age of about 18. You can even dedicate the account to the child's education such that all expenses for the education is made from the account. This allows for proper accounting and future security on the child's behalf. Even without a will, your child's education can be fully funded.

Also, with the incessant rising of cost of living it makes a whole lot of sense for an account to be opened for your child. This way your child's up keep is secured should anything/ mishap surfaces - they won't have to suffer. You still can be able to afford the kind of education you want for them.

Opening a child's account for your kid has a lot of benefits. It saves you as the parent, a lot of stress in the future paying your child's like his/her education.

It can also help them learn certain lesson about money.

Opening a child's saving account is as simple as an adult account. You can step into any authorized bank around you and make inquiries. You will probably need things like a birth certificate, child's passport sized photo, parental approval and initial deposit before opening an account.






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