Education savings offers new program
Kansans investing funds in the state's Learning Quest education savings program now can enroll in a free loyalty program that offers product rebates and invests them directly into the account.
"Many Kansas families will be able to get an extra boost to their 529 contributions with purchases they are already making for things like school supplies, flowers and renting videos," said Kansas State Treasurer Lynn Jenkins, administrator of Learning Quest, Kansas' 529 Education Savings Program.
Learning Quest participants can register for an account at BabyMint.com at no cost and receive rebates of up to 30 percent on purchases made through BabyMint's nationwide network of hundreds of retailers. Merchant rebates are automatically tracked and credited to the client's 529 plan.
To learn more about Learning Quest, call toll free (800) 579-2203.
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