Should you have a policy for your child's education?

16 February 2020 - 00:02 By LAURA DU PREEZ

The new year period when the school, college and university year begins is often a time when parents consider starting to save for their children's education.

Given that the rise in education costs is at least three percentage points above inflation, investing at an above-inflation rate and harnessing the power of compounding is the only way to ensure you can afford your child's education or contribute to it in a meaningful way...

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