The SSGA Upromise 529 plan offers a variety of investment options that use SPDR ETFs as the main investment vehicle. The Plan is managed by Ascensus College Savings with State Street Global Advisors as the investment manager. The program features college-date, risk-based and static portfolio options utilizing SPDR ETFs, and a savings portfolio option. Accounts can be linked to the Upromise rewards service.
- Program typeSavings
- State agencyBoard of Trustees of the College Savings Plans of Nevada
- Tax deduction
- Program ManagerAscensus College Savings is program manager and State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) is investment manager except for the Savings Portfolio, which is managed by Sallie Mae Bank.
- Program distributorAscensus College Savings
SPDR S&P Emerging Markets Small Cap ETF Portfolio
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Data as of 12/31/2021.
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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).