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Because of the overwhelming amount of misinformation, mistakes and myths about 529 Plans, we will soon post pages dedicated to them.  In the meantime, please check out some of the Articles we've compiled here.  If you are the parent of a high school Junior or Senior, simply put, you should not still own a 529 Plan.  For more information about your specific 529 Plan, its performance and your options, contact us.
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