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Make Your Kid A Trust Fund Baby, No Matter How Rich You Are
Trustegg is a new service that lets you start a trust fund for your kid, online and with little hassle.
As The New York Times reports today [March 26], Americans 40 and under don’t have nearly has much wealth as our parents did when they were our age, and we probably don’t stand a chance of accumulating as much either.
It’s unfortunate that the website TrustEgg wasn’t around when we were kids. Maybe it would’ve helped level the playing field for more families.

The site promises to be an easy, hassle-free way for parents to open and begin contributing to a trust fund for their kids, for free, starting with as little as one dollar.

Read more here.
Would you use TrustEgg?

Make Your Kid A Trust Fund Baby, No Matter How Rich You Are

Trustegg is a new service that lets you start a trust fund for your kid, online and with little hassle.

As The New York Times reports today [March 26], Americans 40 and under don’t have nearly has much wealth as our parents did when they were our age, and we probably don’t stand a chance of accumulating as much either.

It’s unfortunate that the website TrustEgg wasn’t around when we were kids. Maybe it would’ve helped level the playing field for more families.

The site promises to be an easy, hassle-free way for parents to open and begin contributing to a trust fund for their kids, for free, starting with as little as one dollar.

Read more here.

Would you use TrustEgg?

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    Great service…
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    This looks to be an innovative way to save money in manageable increments for your child’s future and/or college...
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    This is a great idea.
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