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Connecticut Higher Education Trust (CHET)

Connecticut Higher Education Trust (CHET), a Fidelity-managed 529 plan follows the same approach as other Fidelity plans in Arizona, Delaware, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. It features three age-based options; one using Fidelity Series actively managed funds; one using Fidelity Series index funds; and a third using a combination of the two. The plans also offer 11 static options, and one option that invests in an interest-bearing deposit account. Prior to February 2021, the plan was managed by TIAA-CREF.

Our Ratingx

Fee Scorex

4.5 of 5
4.5 of 5

Performancex

0 of 5
N/A

  • Program typeSavings
  • Inception1997, substantially changed in 2021
  • State agency
    Connecticut State Treasurer
  • Tax deduction
  • Program Manager
    Fidelity Investments
  • Program distributor
    Fidelity Brokerage Services, LLC
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Principal Plus Interest Option (closed to new accounts 2/8/21)


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Data in "Growth of $10,000" is based on historical annual performance data.

Data as of 03/31/2021.

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