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Many Qualified Students Cannot Attend College (2005)
•Over 750,000 qualified high school students unable to attend
•Over 250,000 current college students cannot continue
•These numbers continue to grow along with competition & overcrowding
•Finances keep many other students from attending their preferred college
•More than 50% of student families had saved nothing for college

Some other college statistics
•College graduates age 25 and over earn nearly twice as much as workers who stopped with a high school diploma.
•Over the past decade, college expenses at public universities have risen nearly 51%.

At least 5o% of family & friends would prefer making a contribution rather than give another toy that will shortly be discarded based upon interaction with 401kid clients.

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Top 3 FAQs on Studnets
  • How can I start saving for college using 401kid?
  • How do I know how much financial aid I might be eligible for?
  • How can I take advantage of 401kid’s Family & Friends Program to save for college?