UTMA Account

Forbes  Sep 29  Comment 
Custodial accounts, which function like a poor man’s trust fund, are a simple, low-cost way for an adult to oversee money for a minor. But strategic decisions can affect where -- and how far -- the money goes.
Wall Street Journal  Jun 2  Comment 
Deciding whether to move money meant for a child's college expenses from an UGMA or UTMA account to a 529 plan can be complicated. Here's what to consider.
Wall Street Journal  Feb 3  Comment 
As young adults, your offspring will get control of custodial UGMA or UTMA accounts.


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