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State Gives 529 Investors a Bad Deal

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Mon, 12 Jul 2004

Not too long ago, the state of Illinois made room for brokers under its 529 umbrella by providing options that carry a commission. I like the idea of having both no-load and load options in 529 plans. So, let?s see: Illinois has made room for high-powered

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