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What are most people doing this day and age to save for college? I'm considering opening both a 529 (not my state since NJ doesn't offer any benefits/incentive to do so) and a Coverdell ESA, so I can have more control over the options. Is this generally a good idea or is do people think opening one or the other (I know ESA has a $2000 limit) is the better way to go. As for ESAs, can they be opened through discount brokers?

- Steiner74
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