CHICAGO (WLS) -- There's now a break for parents working to save money to send their children to college.
The state treasurer has reached a deal that eliminates some fees for the popular Illinois Bright Directions College Savings Plan.
A $10 set-up fee and $3 quarterly maintenance fee are now gone, and management fees have been slashed by 43 percent.
This will affect more than 104,000 accounts starting November 15.
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