Blassingame, Kelley M.
November 2003
Employee Benefit News;Nov2003, Vol. 17 Issue 14, p23
Provides information on the 529 college savings plan which is being offered to employees as a form of benefit package in the U.S. Features of 529; Value of 529 education in the workplace; Most commonly asked questions about 529.


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