I want to invest some of my savings with a long-term strategy to use to pay back the loans I will be taking out for school; what kind of investment strategies or accounts should I consider?

I’m a 19-year-old college student who’s going into pre-med and then medical school without access to FASFA. I want to invest some of my savings with a long-term strategy to use to pay back the loans I will be taking out for school. What kind of investment strategies or accounts should I consider?

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June 2018

When investing long-term for higher potential returns, stock funds historically have an excellent yield. A Roth IRA account can provide tax-free growth while an individual taxable account will allow flexible withdrawals. You can diversify risk with a properly allocated ETF portfolio.

June 2018
June 2018