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I'm not an expert but I have been in the Colorado 529 for a number a years and IIRC, 2001 is two managers ago. (Nothing like Peter not talking to Paul in the state) What would they be doing if the contributions had been made by EFT - all you would have would be the statements ?

For $200, I'd send them the proof you have and sit tight. TheBadger is a financial guy who might be able to connect you with someone if you really feel you need someone.

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