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Create a Customized Profile Page!

Sign up for a GradSave account and create a profile for your child, upload or import a picture from Facebook and add a description of your little one. Opening An Account Is Absolutely FREE!

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Sign up Your College Savings Team!

Invite your core group of friends & family. GradSave will let them know you added them to your child’s college savings team via email so they can start contributing. Even if gifts are small, over time, they will make a big difference.

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Go Social! Tell friends and family!

Once you've set up your child's profile, it's all about spreading the word via email, Facebook and Twitter. Encourage friends and family to give your child the lasting gift of education instead of another onesie or trinket at a gift-giving occasion. And if you're shy about asking for the gift of college, see what other parents have to say here. Your kids will thank you when they don't graduate college drowning in student loans.

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Receive Gifts!

Friends and family can give a gift easily via your child's profile page (and they love that they are giving a meaningful gift). Your gifts are then transferred to your 529 college savings plan twice a month. GradSave doesn't charge fees for giving or receiving gifts.

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Use your Personal Dashboard, Watch The Savings Grow!

Watch your college savings grow as you get closer to reaching your goals. GradSave also lets you keep tabs on who's contributing to your child's college savings plan, which makes writing thank you notes easier!

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Link To Your College Savings Account

Even though GradSave isn't a college savings plan, you can link your account to a 529 college savings plan at any time to redeem your funds. Before you transfer it to your college savings plan, your money is safely stored in a FDIC insured bank account with Bank of America. Your Savings Are 100% Safe!

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Success! GradSave Helps You Pay For College!

When your child heads off to college, you can use the money in the college savings fund to pay for college expenses, such as tuition, room and board, books, computers, and other expenses. Even better, qualified withdrawals from 529 college savings plans are tax-free!

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Safe, secure college savings has never been easier!

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