Julie Ryan Evans is a seasoned writer and editor who has worked for top companies such as Microsoft, USA Today, Realtor.com and Dictionary.com. She has a master’s degree in nonfiction writing from The Johns Hopkins University and regularly covers topics including finance, real estate, health and pop culture. (Fun Fact: She once appeared on national television as an “expert” on The Real Housewives.) While she currently calls the Orlando area home, she has lived everywhere from Hawaii to Austin, Boston and beyond.
Monday, July 19, 2021
Virginia currently offers two 529 plans: Invest529, a direct-sold program, and CollegeAmerica, an advisor-sold program. Until 2019, Virginia also offered a prepaid 529 plan, but ... Read more
Monday, July 19, 2021
Today, more than ever, investors want portfolios with a purpose — beyond just making money. They want to invest with integrity and support companies that ... Read more
Friday, July 16, 2021
New York offers two 529 programs: a direct-sold program and an advisor-sold program. Anyone can sign up for a direct-sold program online and manage it ... Read more
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