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What can you spend your 529 savings on?

529 plans offer families a huge incentive to pay for college, since earnings in the account grow tax-free and are generally not taxed when funds are withdrawn. But in order to realize the full potential of these benefits, assets from a 529 plan must be used to pay qualified higher [...]
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