Fidelity survey: Parents expect kids to contribute more for college

BOSTON-BASED Fidelity Investments is touting a new survey that found parents are expecting more from their children when it comes to saving for college. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/JB REED
BOSTON-BASED Fidelity Investments is touting a new survey that found parents are expecting more from their children when it comes to saving for college. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/JB REED
PROVIDENCE - The steep costs of college are no longer just a problem for parents – many expect their kids to save more than $10,000 for tuition by the time they graduate from high school, according to a new survey by Fidelity Investments Inc. Boston-based Fidelity’s 2018 College Savings Indicator Study found that 62 percent…

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