While a range of financial products exists today to help you save for college, many parents still rely on the old faithful passbook that pays a meager monthly return measured in coins on the dollar, according to a new survey by private student loan lender Sallie Mae and the Ipsos market research firm.
While a range of financial products exists today to help you save for college, many parents still rely on the old faithful passbook that pays a meager monthly return measured in coins on the dollar, according to a new survey by private student loan lender Sallie Mae and the Ipsos market research firm. John Roberge KRT
While a range of financial products exists today to help you save for college, many parents still rely on the old faithful passbook that pays a meager monthly return measured in coins on the dollar, according to a new survey by private student loan lender Sallie Mae and the Ipsos market research firm. John Roberge KRT

Don’t rely on a passbook account to build college savings

May 08, 2015 01:00 AM