Noah is starting kindergarten in the fall, where has all the time gone? It seems like just yesterday he was a baby. Now that I have registered him for school, and soon will be buying him school supplies and paying book rental and sending him on the bus, it has me thinking about the future. I have always thought about the future but I really need to start some kind of college fund for him so when he graduates high school, he can go to college. I am not going to be a parent that relies on a scholarship for my son. I have faith that he is smart enough to get one but you never know. I know that he is very advanced for his age but I need to be proactive about this. I need to sit down and look in to investing my money in to something that can provide for Noah’s future if he goes to college or not. I want to check out purchasing some walking liberty half dollars. I was always told that gold and silver were both a good investment.
My dad gave me a couple pieces of silver when I was in Jr. High and I still have them both. I couldn’t tell you where they are, but I still have them tucked away somewhere. I thought it was really cool that he gave them to me. I could have sold them at a pawn shop or something, but I kept them for a rainy day. I think I might pass them down to Noah when he gets older. You know I am big on heirlooms and by the time he is an adult, they will be over 25 years old. I know some of you might be thinking he’s only 5 now and I have time, the last 5 years has flown by so I am assuming the faster I get on the ball I am able to help him go to the college of his dreams. He wants to be so many different things, it changes all the time so who knows what he will do with his life. I just need to check out a company like Independent Living Bullion to start investing in Noah’s college fund while he is still young. The longer you have the more likely you are to be able to do something like this. I have big dreams and hopes for Noah to be whatever he wants and will help him achieve his goals in life.
Do you invest in anything? Do you have college funds for your children?