Claudia Buck

June 8, 2014

Personal Finance: Parents take money classes; kids get $200 in college savings

It’s part of a small, but nationwide movement to get more young families to start saving for their kids’ college. Known unofficially as K2C (Kindergarten to College), accounts, they were pioneered in San Francisco and recently offered on a limited basis at several Sacramento public elementary schools,

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Claudia Buck is the Personal Finance columnist and business editor at The Sacramento Bee. She's worked at The Bee since 2005. Amid the financial turmoil of the recent recession, she became the personal finance writer, helping readers cope with some of the confusing, daunting and perplexing aspects of managing our financial lives. She serves on the journalism advisory board of her alma mater, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo. Reach her at cbuck@sacbee.com or 916-321-1968. Twitter: @Claudia_Buck.

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