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Consider if people could do what you thought of and earmark funds as "not for college use". Most people would earmark 100% of their funds that way and then change their minds whenever they wanted.

Also doing so puts the government into the position of having to judge each person's financial decisions as truthful and worthy of exclusion. Much to much work and loss of the little privacy we have.
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