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Technically, you can use a single 529 account for multiple children. But there are lots of reasons not to.
If you save too much in a 529, don’t worry—you’ve got options.
Saving for college is a long-term strategy. Learn more about your college savings options, from ESAs to 529 plans.
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Raising kids is expensive, but being financially prepared isn't just about money—it's about planning ahead.
Paying for college with a nonparent-owned 529 account can affect financial aid eligibility.
A 529 plan can help curb the high cost of college.
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Yes, your retirement savings should come first. But you can still help your kids—by both saving for college and exploring other funding options.
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Do you know the differences between a 529 and a custodial account? If you're saving for college, you should.
A 529 college savings plan offers many advantages, but it can come with some surprising pitfalls. Here are five mistakes to avoid.
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A popular college-savings vehicle is the 529 savings plan, which provides several tax advantages when used for education expenses.
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