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Tax Deadline: December 31, 2010 Don’t forget, the deadline for tax-deductible contributions for Arizonans is Dec. 31st! You might want to top off your 529 before the end of the year, if you itemize your taxes and you haven’t contributed the maximum deductible amount.  For Arizonans, the 529 plan deduction is limited to $750 per […]

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Today is the last day for the Ohio CollegeAdvantage 529 Plan $25 refer-a-friend bonus!! Don’t miss out on FREE college savings! Don’t forget, each couple can get a minimum of $100 bonus — find out more info HERE. 

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Just a quick reminder that the deadline for the Ohio CollegeAdvantage 529 Plan  $25 refer-a-friend bonus is fast approaching.  Sign up by June 30, 2010 and deposit at least $25 to receive a $25 enrollment bonus. Plus, every couple that signs up can make $100 in combined bonuses! Here’s how: Go HERE and follow my step-by-step directions to […]

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The Ohio CollegeAdvantage 529 Savings Plan is again offering a $25 refer-a-friend bonus if you open an account and deposit at least $25 by June 30, 2010. You can be a resident of any state, and there are no enrollment fees and no annual fees. If you’re not familiar with them, 529 plans are state-sponsored savings plans […]

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I just did my taxes this weekend with TurboTax, and I was pleasantly surprised to find out that Arizona residents may deduct their contributions to ANY state 529 plan, NOT just an Arizona plan!  I know, I know, I should have known this before I started my Ohio CollegeAdvantage 529 Plan. I just assumed that you only got […]

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Give your nieces and nephews the gift of a college savings account! If you wanted to open a Ohio CollegeAdvantage account but missed out on the $25 referral bonus, you’re in luck! The original deadline of Dec 15 has been extended to Dec 18th. So you still have time to open an account for your […]

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I first contemplated naming this post “How I Started Saving for My Child’s Education.” I was amused by all the potential reactions that it might stir up. “Huh? What child?” or “OMG YOU’RE PREGNANT” or (my grandma’s) “More baby blankets to knit!”  Hehe. No, I’m not expecting. Unless you count the food baby I acquired on my recent […]

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