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Study: The Majority Of Wealthy Grandparents Aren't Contributing To Junior's College Fund

Seventy-four percent of high-net-worth grandparents say they’d be willing to contribute to their grandchildren’s college savings plans, but many admit that they don’t know where to start or how to initiate the conversation.
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