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Kids are the central players in the 401kid community.  Young students can participate in so many ways – forums, blogs, polls, and a host of college preparation tools.  401kid also offers a section for special needs children.  Participate!
   
Supporting Cast
Grandparents, aunts, uncles – anyone can contribute to children anywhere via 401kid's Family & Friends Program. Send automated birthday and holiday ecards along with gifts to the college savings funds of your loved ones.  Learn More
   
Role Players
Financial planners, employers and schools are key 401kid community members that play a key role in educating families on education funding and planning.  401kid members are seeking your advice and input through 401kid’s blogs and forums. Join them !

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