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December 15, 2005


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There are calulators availble to help you figure out how much you need to save. Here's a link to one:

There are also services to help you generate savings for college for shopping. My company offers one. To check it out, goto

LOVE Little Grad!!! I joined after I saw their article in San Francisco Chronical and saved a couple hundred dollars while Christmas shopping/booking holiday travel. It was easy and they don't shower me with emails... hooray! (I already had my state 529 setup, but is nice to have extra money going in each month...)

Highly recommend no matter what savings plan you have...

I checked out Little Grad after seeing your posts. So far I am very happy with how much I am saving. I shop a lot online so and saving everytime I shop is a huge incentive for me.

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