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Is Your 529 Plan Sporting an Ivy League Price Tag?

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Tue, 11 Jun 2013

Here's the good news: Your 529 investment probably costs you less today than it did a few years ago. But 529 investments still tend to be more expensive than similar mutual funds, and some plans are steeply priced. Morningstar has tracked the movements in 529 investments' fees since 2010. Then we f

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