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Ugh...I can't believe I forgot to add to my list:
-Start a 529 for college expenses. In my state, if the 529 is the state-sponsored one, you get a 20% *credit* on state income tax, up to $5000 in contributions. So, you can let the state give you $1000 a year for saving for college (plus other school payments under the new tax law). The growth is also tax-free if used for the correct kinds of school expenses.
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