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Five Georgia Children Win College Savings Contribution as Winners of Path2College 529 Plan’s This Is My Life’s Dream Challenge

Aug 20, 2020

Five Georgia children are now one step closer to achieving their dreams as winners of the statewide Path2College 529 Plan’s This Is My Life’s Dream Challenge. The Path2College 529 Plan launched the challenge in May as a way to inspire Georgia children to think positively about their future and dreams.

The winning entries can be found at https://www.path2college529.com/dream/, and winners included:

  • Zora Ellis from Marietta
  • Winona Johnson from Lithonia
  • Timothy Washington, Jr. from Grayson
  • Juliette Lewis from Decatur
  • Edward P. Berry, III from Palmetto

Each winner will receive $1,529 for his/her college savings. Winners were chosen across the state based on creativity and originality.

“This year has created drastic changes to daily life for families, which can be frustrating and cause children to question their future plans. We wanted to provide a fun way for children to express what they would like their future to be—to get them dreaming and even more importantly creating a plan to achieve those dreams,” said Lynne Riley, president of the Georgia Student Finance Commission which partners with the Office of the State Treasurer to administer the Path2College 529 Plan for the state of Georgia.

For more information about the Path2College 529 Plan or to open a college savings account, please visit www.Path2College529.com or call (877) 424-4377.

To learn more about the Path2College 529 Plan, its investment objectives, tax benefits, risks, and costs please see the Plan Description at path2college529.com. Read it carefully. Investments in the Plan are neither insured nor guaranteed and there is the risk of investment loss. Check with your home state to learn if it offers tax or other benefits such as financial aid, scholarship funds or protection from creditors only available for investing in its own 529 plan. Consult your legal or tax professional for tax advice. If the funds aren’t used for qualified higher education expenses, a 10% penalty tax on earnings (as well as federal and state income taxes) may apply.

TIAA-CREF Individual & Institutional Services, LLC, Member FINRA, distributor and underwriter for the Path2College 529 Plan.

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