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Set up a 529 savings plan for your child now to limit some of your future out-of-pocket medical school costs.

Start Saving for Medical School With a 529 Plan

Contribute early to a 529 plan and map out your investment strategy to save for medical school.

Set up a 529 savings plan for your child now to limit some of your future out-of-pocket medical school costs.
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A 529 plan can be used to pay for expenses such as tuition and fees as well as for medical supplies required for study, Featherngill says. The Georgetown University School of Medicine, for example, lists costs of nearly $3,000 for books, supplies, equipment and boards for first year medical students.

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