Frequently Asked Questions


Why is the $250 to $925 Range in Tuition?


Why does the Program Start at Age 14?


Can I Sponsor Someone Younger than 14 Years Old?


Why don't I put Money Directly into my Child's Roth IRA?


Are there any Discount Programs?


How do the Credit Programs Work?


What Hours will my Child Work?


Where does the Tuition Fee go?


What is the Data used for?


How is the money used?

Can I Change my Level of Participation?


How do I Stop Participating in the Program?


How Long Can We Participate in this Program?


Are there any Other Benefits?


Who is 1417Power?


Why have Others Joined this Program?


How do I Start Participating in this Program?


Why Should I Start Now?


The idea of funding a Roth IRA for a child is not new. Forbes Magazine has advocated this for years. They have a few suggestions for how to meet the earned wage requirements. Let’s review their suggestions:


Have your Teenager Earn Traditional Money:

The Child Earns Income from Neighbors and Others by Babysitting, Yardwork, Etc...:

If You Run Your Own business: