You want what's best for your child—which means providing the best educational opportunities available. But if you're juggling bills, saving for retirement, and dealing with other financial pressures, putting away a chunk of money to pay for college may seem unrealistic.


The good news? There are many ways to fund a college education. Here are some options:


Sources parents use to pay for child's future education1

Take the next step: Start a college savings plan

They're flexible, tax-advantaged accounts that can help you save for a loved one's future education.


Learn more about Fidelity-managed 529 college savings plans, or speak with your advisor.

Take the next step: Start a college savings plan

They're flexible, tax-advantaged accounts that can help you save for a loved one's future education.


Learn more about Fidelity-managed 529 college savings plans, or speak with your advisor.

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