Starting a Saving Account for College
Parents believe that higher education is important for their children, but half of all families nationwide have not put money aside for their children’s education. Research suggests that students with designated savings for higher education, even in small amounts, are more engaged in school, have higher reading and math scores, and graduate from high school more often. They also are more likely to attend and graduate from institutes of higher education -- factors that often contribute to greater earnings and less unemployment over a lifetime. If you provide us with some basic information, we would love to send you information about Wisconsin's college saving plan.
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