A provision in the president's budget proposals could shelter 529 college-savings plans from being counted in determining federal student financial aid.
The investment accounts, designed to help families save for college by contributing to the tax-favored plans, are currently subject to a number of assessments when it comes to determining federal aid, depending on the type of plan and its ownership.
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