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It all adds up.

Did you know that more than 90% of parents
believe their children will attend college,
yet only 57% of them are actually
saving?1 The expense of college can be
overwhelming, but the good news is...you
typically don't need to save the
entire cost.

There is no minimum dollar
contribution amount - start with
$10 or $1,000. It's important
to just start saving. Today.

See how much your savings could grow.*

How much can you afford to save?
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You could save $38,949.50


Want to dig deeper? Use our College Savings Calculator to create a personalized college savings report unique to your family’s needs.

1 How America Saves for College 2016. Sallie Mae's national study of parents with children under 18. Sallie Mae and Ipsos Public Affairs 

Each quarter savingforcollege.com analyzes the historical performance of 529 investment portfolios, comparing the reported investment performance based on seven categories: Equity: 100%, 80%, 60%, 40% and 20%;100% Fixed Income and 100% Short-term. Rankings are produced for 1, 3, 5, and 10 year investment periods with and without sales charges. An overall composite score is calculated for each 529 plan based on a specific investment period and plan's category ranking.

Savingsforcollege's March 31, 2019 quarter end rankings include composite performance based on annualized total returns. The number of plans included in the Direct ranking results for investment periods: 1 year - 54, 3 year - 48 , 5 year - 46; The number of plans included in the Advisor ranking results for investment periods with commissions: 1 year - 28, 3 year - 25, 5 year - 25; and without commissions: 1 year - 29, 3 year - 25, 5 year - 25. 

Past performance does not guarantee future results.