Start small and stick with it.

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  • Open a CollegeChoice 529 with as little as $10, then save $10 or more on a regular basis.
  • Put college savings on autopilot through recurring contribution or payroll direct deposit.1

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As you can see in this hypothetical chart, if an account owner began to save $50 a month when a child was 1 year old (with an initial contribution of $250), a 529 college savings plan could potentially have an account worth $16,677 by the time the child was college age.2

Use these fun tools to start a savings conversation with your child.

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Little by Little

This fun mobile app uses short stories to explain how little things can really add up. Little by Little also includes:

  • the basics of money and why it's important
  • activity-based interactions to get kids thinking about their future
  • lessons on saving, spending, and sharing with those in need.

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Big Dreamers

Using interactive gameboards, this mobile app helps kids:

  • uncover their dream jobs
  • measure their love of sports, art, music, technology, business, helping others, being outdoors, shopping, or being involved in the community
  • find out how much college or vocational school your child will need to achieve these dreams.

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Max U

This app helps teens learn about college saving with four fun-to-use tools:

  • College Cost Cruncher: Get an idea of what your college degree could cost.
  • College Compare-izer: Compare your favorite schools based on criteria important to you.
  • Brag Bank: Keep track of your experience to build a stronger college resume.
  • FAFSA Checker: Organize the items you need to fill out your FAFSA.

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1 A plan of regular investment cannot ensure a profit or protect against a loss in a declining market.
2 This hypothetical example is for illustrative purposes only and assumes no withdrawals made during the period shown. It does not represent an actual investment in any particular 529 plan and does not reflect the effect of fees and expenses. Your actual investment return may be higher or lower than that shown. The loan repayment terms are also hypothetical.