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How do home equity lines of credit work? One of the biggest perks of homeownership is the ability to build equity over time. You can use that equity to secure low-cost funds in the form of a second mortgage—either a one-time loan or a home equity line of credit (HELOC). There are advantages and disadvantages to each of these forms of credit, so it’s important to understand their pros and cons before proceeding.HELOCsHome equity lines of credit are a bit different. They are a revolving source of funds, much like a credit card, that you can access as you choose. Most banks offer a number of different ways to access those funds, whether it’s through an online transfer, writing a check, or using a credit card connected to your account. Unlike home equity loans, they tend to have few (if any) closing costs, and they usually feature variable interest rates—though some lenders offer fixed rates for a certain number of years.1There are pros and cons to the flexibility that credit lines offer. You can borrow against your credit line at any time, but untapped funds do not charge interest.1 In that way, it’s a nice emergency source of funds (as long as your bank doesn’t require any minimum withdrawals).Especially now—if you’ve lost your job because of the coronavirus, need cash, and have equity in your home—taking out a HELOC may be a good option. Many banks are still offering them, though Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase were two frontrunners that announced application freezes for new HELOCs in the spring of 2020.The Phases of HELOCsMost home equity credit lines have two phases. First, a draw period, often 10 years, during which you can access your available credit as you choose. Typically, HELOC contracts only require small, interest-only payments during the draw period, though you may have the option to pay extra and have it go toward the principal. After the draw period ends, you can sometimes ask for an extension. Otherwise, the loan enters the repayment phase. From here on out, you can no longer access additional funds, and you make regular principal-plus-interest payments until the balance disappears. Most lenders have a 20-year repayment period after a 10-year draw period. During the repayment period, you must repay all the money you’ve borrowed, plus interest at a contracted rate. Some lenders may offer borrowers different types of repayment options for the repayment period.HELOCs have many attributes that make them different from a standard credit line and also offer advantages. However, the interest-only payments in the draw period mean payments in the repayment period can almost double. For example, payments on an $80,000 HELOC with a 7% annual percentage rate (APR) would cost around $470 a month during the first 10 years when only interest payments are required. That jumps to around $720 a month when the repayment period kicks in.The jump in payments at the onset of the new repayment period can result in payment shock for many unprepared HELOC borrowers. If the sums are large enough, it can even cause those with financial hardships to default. And if you default on the payments, you could lose your home.
Have you already started saving for your child’s college fund? Whatever the answer is I think this video could be useful for you, because we are going to talk about how much does college cost, how much should you save and most importantly how to start a college fund for your child. Let’s do it.Please support the channel:1) Subscribe https://bit.ly/stoxpert2) Become a Patron https://www.patreon.com/stoXpert3) Buy Me A Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/stoxpertInvesting platforms:Interactive Brokers https://bit.ly/3d8RFXOeToro https://bit.ly/etoro-stoXperteToro USA https://bit.ly/etoro-kenperfinInvest in Pre-IPO https://bit.ly/FFEU-stoXpertTradingView https://bit.ly/3dx3XcwNEXT VIDEOS TO WATCH:Investing For Beginners https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OMeZJgSQ5g&list=PLkBkI2uV_dD6kWyABLi2Hfj78rAFcmUsOPersonal Finance Tips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_FDCv9AUqQ&list=PLkBkI2uV_dD4AwCYhO12Se9kOhhgiZpSfBest Investing Bookshttps://amzn.to/2QhmII1Best Personal Finance Bookshttps://amzn.to/2QuX7v3My GEAR:Camera https://amzn.to/3gkJXLTMic https://amzn.to/2Q4YT6rLight https://amzn.to/3ajK7PULaptop https://amzn.to/3v1zmK1DISCLAIMERPls keep in mind that everything expressed in a video is my personal opinion provided for education and entertainment value only. I am not a professional financial advisor. All decisions should be done solely by you after own research. Please, always do your own research (it is worth it!). Also there are affiliate links in the description that allow you to find items and support the channel at no cost to you. Thank you for your support!#kenperfin #collegefund #collegeHow much should you save?Though it can be challenging to come up with a specific number, especially when factoring in inflation and rising tuition costs, one approach is to use the “one-third rule.” Financial aid expert Mark Kantrowitz explains: “Like any major lifecycle expense, you can spread out the cost over time, with one third coming from savings (past income), one third from current income and one third from loans (future income).” Coupled with the “3X rule,” which dictates that the cost of a college education triples over the 17 years between birth and college enrollment, the one-third rule suggests that you should set as your goal the full cost of a four-year college education the year your child was born. You can take that number and divide it by the number of years you have left until your child starts college. That annual figure can then be broken down into a monthly goal, which is what you can use to save for a college fund. For example, to save for a child born in 2021 to go to a public, in-state college, a parent might determine their annual saving goal by dividing $88,720 by 17 ($5,218), and their monthly saving goal by dividing their annual goal by 12. This results in a “one-third rule” monthly saving goal of roughly $435. The US Department of Education offers calculators to help determine current and future costs, and there are plenty of college savings calculators to help you determine how much to save. How to start a college fund for your childYou have numerous options available to start a college fund for your child. Here are some of the best ways to save for college with various funding options.- 529 plansA 529 plan works much like a Roth IRA. It uses post-tax funds to save money in a tax-deferred account. When the time comes for your child to use the money, there won’t be any taxes to pay as long as it’s used for qualifying education expenses. – IRAsYou could also use a Roth IRA fund to save for college for your child. Traditionally, a Roth IRA is used to fund retirement, but it can be used for other things. IRAs are not as strict as 529 plans, but you still use pretaxed money to fund the account, and distributions are tax-free. – UGMA and UTMA accountsUGMAs and UTMAs (from the Uniform Gift to Minors Act and the Uniform Transfers to Minors Act) are custodial savings accounts, which is another way to save for college funds. -ESAsA Coverdell Education Savings Account is another tax-deferred trust account option. You are limited to an annual contribution limit of $2,000, and contributions cannot be made after your child turns 18.- TrustsParents and grandparents can take educational trusts out to fund education expenses for a designated beneficiary. These trusts are primarily used for high-income-earning parents or grandparents as part of a tax planning strategy to limit taxable estate funds.- Saving accountsYou can use a traditional savings account for anything, including a college fund. There are no caps or restrictions on how much you can deposit into the account. You can also withdraw money at any time.- Develop a plan with a financial adviser- Grants and scholarshipsAnother way to combat the high cost of college is with grants and scholarships.
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