Invest Upromise Rebates into a 529 Plan

Physician's Money Digest, April 2007, Volume 14, Issue 4

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If someone told you that you could savemoney for college while shopping, youmight think that they were off their meds.But it is true; you can spend your way to collegesavings with the Upromise rewardsrebate program by opening a Upromise 529College Fund. And the good news is thatjoining the rebate program is free. Investorscan save for college when they shop, eat atrestaurants, purchase gas or groceries, andshop online at a variety of retailers. Participatingcompanies include: Exxon, EddieBauer, Expedia.com, McDonald's, and Wal-Mart, among many others. When you registeryour credit, debit, and loyalty cardswith Upromise, your purchases are tracked,and rebates ranging from 1% to 25% areissued, according to a article. You can also collect rebatesby shopping online through the UpromiseWeb site (www.upromise.com). Rebates arean easy way to save and invest small, butuseful, amounts of money for college.