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The investment advisor in the Boston Globe repeated the out of date info about the $500 year max education IRA. I've shot off an email response, but it's still frustrating. Good grief man, it happened two years ago. Why is my newspaper paying someone who's that far behind in a field where things rapidly change?

(For those of you who are currently saying to yourselves "What does she mean, out-of-date?" it's been changed to the Coverdell ESA, the annual contribution limit is $2000, and I recommend for more info.)

- Megan
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