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Products: College Savings Plans

First Minnetonka Investment Center (FMIC) can help you develop a college savings plan to set aside money for your children’s education based on how much you can save and whether you want to provide a lump sum or make monthly investments. Tax law changes have increased the opportunities for tax-advantaged savings and there is more flexibility in managing college savings plans.

First Minnetonka Investment Center (FMIC) offers a variety of education saving accounts. In addition to the traditional UTMA/UGMA (Uniform Trust/Gifts to Minors Accounts), we offer the Coverdell Education Savings Accounts and Section 529 Plans. You can also save money on education-related expenses and loans through tax credits and deductions such as Hope Scholarship Credit, Lifetime Learning Credit, and Student Loan Interest Deduction.

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First Minnetonka City Bank
First Minnetonka Investment Center is a registered branch of LaSalle St. Securities, LLC.
Securities are offered through LaSalle St. Securities, LLC., Advisory Services offered through LaSalle St. Investment Advisors, LLC.
 LaSalle St. Investment Advisors, LLC is affiliated with LaSalle St. Securities, LLC.- a registered broker/dealer.
Tam Hubert, CFP® and Kristi Remus are registered representatives of LaSalle St. Securities, LLC.
940 N Industrial Dr., Elmhurst, IL 60126-1131. Member FINRA / SIPC. Not a deposit. Not FDIC insured.
Not insured by any Federal Government agency. Not guaranteed by the bank. May lose value.

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