Kids & Money

December 21, 2012 3:41 PM

Some states still have matching money for college

Here’s something that sounds like a perfect fit for family game night over the holiday season. It’s called match play. It’s not a board game. It’s a program operated by about a dozen states, including Kansas and Missouri, that provides matching funds to low- and middle-income families saving for their children’s college educations.

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