As Senior Manager, Retirement Product at TD Ameritrade, Dara is responsible for the management and development of retirement strategy and investment services. With over 18 years of experience in the financial services industry, she has several years of service with Morgan Stanley and Citigroup Asset Management.
Dara is a contributor to The Ticker Tape.
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From getting your college savings plans started to later tax implications, we've got information on the most commonly asked college education savings questions.
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