If you have statements for the accounts, try calling the company who is sending them to you and requesting access. If you need more assistance than that, try finding a local fee-only advisor (like myself) who can give you
Advisor (RIA Channel) sold 529 plans pay sales fees to the IAR who sell them, just like a mutual fund. This is why they almost all cost more than direct sold 529 plans, particularly the low-cost direct sold 529s.
Hey Marty - I'm enjoying reading the creative answers to a pretty straight forward question. A challenge we have in answering is not knowing a lot about your overall situation. If you know you'll need this cash to spend within
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