This episode Dr. Dahle covers a variety of your questions. We talk about when it is worth passing cash through a 529 account and if you should use 529s to fund K-12 educations. We talk about how interest on iBonds works and go into why TIPs have been performing pretty poorly as of late. We dive into the tax implications for S Corps and talk about why it is not a great idea to purchase ETFs after hours. See the full show notes here: https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com/529s-i-bonds-tips-s-corps-etfs-and-403bs-276
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