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Roth IRA vs. 529 Plan: Which Is Best for College Savings?

College is expensive, and the cost continues to rise. It’s enough to make any parent nervous about whether they’ll be able to provide their children with the education they deserve. So how can you get a head start? Just like retirement, one of the best ways to make things easier on yourself is to use a savings account that offers tax breaks. Those tax breaks reduce the cost of saving, allowing your money go even farther.
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