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College saving - average parent savings in the U.S. by age of child and income

Average college savings made by U.S. parents for thier oldest child, divided into income groups in 2012 (in U.S. dollars)

College saving - average parent savings in the U.S. by age of child and income The statistic shows the average college savings made by parents in the United States for their oldest child. The results are divided into averages and by income groups ranging from low-income to high-income, a total is also given. In 2012, parents in the United States who were in the low-income categroy and had a child aged between 0 and 6 saved on average 796 U.S. dollars for their childs college education, while those in the high-income category had put away sums amounting, on average, to 1,837 U.S. dollars.
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Average college savings made by U.S. parents for thier oldest child, divided into income groups in 2012 (in U.S. dollars)

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The statistic shows the average college savings made by parents in the United States for their oldest child. The results are divided into averages and by income groups ranging from low-income to high-income, a total is also given. In 2012, parents in the United States who were in the low-income categroy and had a child aged between 0 and 6 saved on average 796 U.S. dollars for their childs college education, while those in the high-income category had put away sums amounting, on average, to 1,837 U.S. dollars.
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