While college savings plans are becoming more mainstream, and states are increasingly offering services via the Web, many sites have still haven’t gotten the ABCs down when it comes to offering basic features important to investors on their sites, according to a recent kasina study.

The E-biz consulting and research firm recently released "2003 Top Web Sites - 529 Plans", commenting that in order to remain competitive, these sites must meet or exceed user expectations set by their mutual fund counterparts.

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