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Thursday, July 10, 2008



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1 comment:

Jeff Frese said...

I started a company that lets anybody in your circle of friends and family gift directly into your child's 529 plan. So instead of another Barbie Doll or shirt from the Gap people can gift into your child's plan. It's a simple site and concept that helps people save for college and give meaningful gifts. The site is

I also write a blog on saving for college the site is

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