Lauren Conrad’s people teach baby budget for college

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Love That Little Piggy Bank

Each year that’s passed for nearly 50 years, it’s gets harder and harder to save for a rainy day, let alone save for college, but the folks at ScholarShare 529 College Savings Plan provided by your government provided Lauren Conrad’s gang Wednesday tips to conquer inflation and save for alma mater.

The good ole 529 plan we hear about from many public service announcements says we need to make a montly budget of 50 percent for needs like household bills, 30 percent for discretional spending, and 20 percent for savings for your little ones who aspire to be the President of the United States one day.

Now we all love to buy new stuff, but it’s probable to either borrow stuff you want so you love it for instant gratification, and/ or buy it, then sell it when you get over yourself to put away money for Yale or Harvard.

Now 529 doesn’t have something other savings accounts practice, 529 is 100 percent tax free, so take advantage of that tax free savings by saving as early as during a mother’s pregnancy, one can also get their friends and family to put into the 529 plan at baby showers, christenings, and all throughout the child’s life, like with $100/ month at least.

Surviving Hot Strand Damage

Team Lauren Conrad struck again on Wednesday about keeping strands healthy in the summer heat, like drinking 6 to 8 eight ounce glasses of water a day, wear a heat to avoid sun damage, use natural oils to protect hair, sparce on hot tools, and spray leave-in conditioner before salt and chlorine water submergence.

Daniel Quintanilla

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