The IAdvisor 529 Plan is managed by Voya Investment Management Co. LLC. Voya succeeded Upromise Investments as program manager in March 2013. The revised program features an age-based option, four static allocation options, and 12 single fund options utilizing Voya funds managed by Baillie Gifford Overseas Limited; BlackRock Financial Management, Inc.;Brandywine Global Investment Management, LLC; Brookfield Investment Funds; Credit Suisse AssetManagement, LLC; Delaware Investments Fund Advisers; Hahn Capital Management, LLC; LSV AssetManagement; Polaris Capital Management, LLC; Van Eck Associates Corporation; Voya InvestmentManagement Co. LLC; and Wellington Management Company LLP. To find a financial advisor in your area, use the Directory of Financial Professionals.
- Program typeSavings
- Inception2006, but substantially changed in 2013
- State agencyState Treasurer of Iowa
- Tax deduction
- Program ManagerVoya Investment Management Co. LLC
- Program distributorVoya Investments Distributor, LLC
Voya Government Money Market
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Data as of 03/31/2022.
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