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Did you know? $244,000 is the projected average cost for a newborn's 4-year degree at a public college1

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Did you know? $244,000 is the projected average cost for a newborn's 4-year degree at a public college1
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1 Sources: DST Systems, Inc.; the College Board, 2015. Cost estimates are based on the 2015-2016 academic year and assume that costs increase by 6% annually. Figures include tuition, fees, and room and board. Keep in mind that unlike money market investments, which involve risk and possible loss of principal, bank savings accounts are FDIC-insured.
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