COLLEGE SAVINGS 101

529 college savings

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How much can you contribute to a 529 plan in 2017?

While the IRS doesn't specify a dollar amount for annual contributions limits for 529 college savings plans, here are some guidelines making a deposit in 2017.

| tax-advantaged | | savings | | 529 college savings | | 529 plan | | gift tax |
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529 Day - The Definitive Guide

Many states are promoting May 29 (5/29) as a day with special meaning, and are looking to boost interest and participation in their 529 savings programs with various sweepstakes, contests and incentives.

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How much can you contribute to a 529 plan in 2016?

Make the most of your tax-advantaged savings accounts.

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How much can you contribute to a 529 plan in 2015?

Make the most of your tax-advantaged savings accounts.

| tax-advantaged | | savings | | 529 college savings | | 529 plan | | gift tax |
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529 reasons to save for college with a 529 plan

We're celebrating 529 Day this year in a BIG way by compiling a list of 529 reasons to open a 529 plan! To kick things off, here are some great reasons from a few of our favorite industry experts.

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5 ways to grow your 529 pot o' gold

Even if you can't depend on the luck of the Irish to help you afford college tuition, here are five simple ways you can use a 529 plan to grow your own pot of gold for college!

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5 ways to cut college costs

The last thing you want is to have your child graduate college burdened with student loans. Here are five ways anyone can put away extra money for college, regardless of income.

| saving for college | | paying for college | | student loans | | higher education | | scholarships | | room and board | | cost of tuition | | 529 plan | | 529 college savings plan |
 

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