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Two Georgia children to win $5,529 for college: enter by November 15th

Oct 16, 2017

ATLANTA—It’s never too late to start saving for a child’s college education, and it’s not too late for families across Georgia to enter for a chance to win more than $5,000 for their child’s or grandchild’s college savings.

The What If...? College Savings Giveaway kicked off in September, College Savings Month, and the deadline to enter is November 15. Two entries will be randomly selected and awarded $5,529 towards a Path2College 529 Plan account. The giveaway is open to parents, legal guardians or grandparents (age 21 and older) of a child age 18 or under (at the time of entry) who are Georgia residents. For prize details, official rules and to enter, visit www.Path2College529.com. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Sponsored by the Path2College 529 Plan.

“Our goal is to reach families and educate them about the importance of saving for college and the resources the state of Georgia provides to help them achieve their college savings goals,” said Mitch Seabaugh, executive director of the Path2College 529 Plan. “Through promotions like this, we have reached tens of thousands of families who might not have otherwise known about our state plan and this opportunity to save for the future.”

This marks the fifth year for the giveaway, and more than $110,000 has been awarded to Georgia children and schools. Past winners include Myla Pulliam of Athens, James McCarn from Savannah, Sophia Hinson of Fayetteville, Alden Annis of Dallas, Anand Shah of Snellville, and Isabelle Stoltz from Watkinsville.

For additional information about the Path2College 529 Plan or to open an account, visit www.Path2College529.com.

Consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses before investing in the Path2College 529 Plan. Please see the Disclosure Booklet at path2college529.com. Read it carefully.

Check with your home state to learn if it offers tax or other benefits for investing in its own 529 plan.

Taxpayers should seek advice from an independent tax advisor based on their own particular circumstances. 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.

Investments in the Plan are neither insured nor guaranteed and there is the risk of investment loss.

TIAA-CREF Tuition Financing, Inc., Program Manager. TIAA-CREF Individual & Institutional Services, LLC, member FINRA, distributor and underwriter for the Path2College 529 Plan.

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