(Las Vegas, NV) — Nevada State Treasurer Kate Marshall is investing in the future of Nevada kids.
The Nevada Prepaid Tuition Program allows parents to lock-in the price of college at today’s rate, even though the cost will surely be higher in the years to come . Program earnings are free from federal taxes if the benefits are used to pay for the cost of future college credit hours.
Also, your future engineer or doctor doesn’t have to remain in Nevada. The program allows students to go to school outside of the Silver State with no penalty.
There are many different plans and possibilities and can be viewed at http://bit.ly/xzvEdU
For newborns, the deadline is Saturday, with open enrollment for kids through 9th grade beginning in the fall.