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Portfolio - College Savings Plans
529 Growth Flattens, Advisors Slow To Suggest Them
by: Donald Jay Korn
Thursday, August 30, 2012
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Participation in 529 college savings plans has leveled off after years of growth, according to a Fidelity survey. Perhaps not coincidentally, the study found that most advisors do not "proactively suggest the 529 plan" to parents with youngsters.

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