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Changing financial and market landscapes are having an impact on individuals’ savings strategies, according to new research from independent benefit plan administrator Ascensus.

For one thing, as tuition expenses continue to rise, families are increasingly seeing the value of investing in 529 education savings accounts, the company said Tuesday, citing the findings of its annual savings trends research.

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Jeff Berman

Jeff joined the ThinkAdvisor team as a staff reporter in July 2019. Before joining ThinkAdvisor, he was a freelance reporter for five years, covering mainly technology, business, media and entertainment news for publications including The Miami Herald, Newsday, TheStreet.com, Long Island Press and multiple American City Business Journals websites. He also reported for several consumer electronics publications and was a technology reporter for publications of the Media & Entertainment Services Alliance. Prior to that, he worked as a reporter and editor for Consumer Electronics Daily and other Warren Communications News publications for 15 years. He graduated with an MA in journalism from New York University.

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