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GIFT College Investing Plan
The team of Ascensus College Savings and The Vanguard Group manages the Arkansas' GIFT College Investing Plan, featuring age-based and static portfolio options utilizing Vanguard mutual funds, and an FDIC-insured savings option. Accounts can be linked to the Upromise rewards service.
- Program typeSavings
- Inception1999, but substantially changed in February 2005
- State agencyThe Arkansas 529 Plan Review Committee, composed of the Director of the Department of Higher Education, the Executive Director of the Arkansas Teacher Retirement System, and the Arkansas State Treasurer
- Tax deductionTax deduction for single filers $5,000/yrTax deduction for joint filers $10,000/yr
- Program ManagerAscensus College Savings
- Program distributorAscensus College Savings
- Manager contract termUNLOCK PRO
|Asset Class||% Assets||Category Avg.|
|Short Term Bondix||18%||19.23%|
PerformanceCategory AvgThis Portfolio
Fees & Expenses (1 Year)Category AvgThis Portfolio
Total Expense Ratioix
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Growth of $10,000Category AvgThis Portfolio
Data in "Growth of $10,000" is based on historical annual performance data.
Data as of 06/30/2017.
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Category averages are designed to be a representation of all portfolios with a similar risk profile (represented as a % of equity).