New Hampshire's UNIQUE College Investing Plan is Fidelity-managed 529 plan follows the same approach as other Fidelity plans in Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware and Massachusetts. 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 plan also offers 11 static options, and one option that invests in an interest-bearing deposit account.
- Program typeSavings
- State agencyNew Hampshire State Treasurer
- Tax deduction
- Program ManagerFidelity Investments
- Program distributorFidelity Brokerage Services, LLC
Fidelity Funds: NH College Portfolio
|Asset Class||% Assets||Category Avg.|
|Short Term Bond||5.5%||13.9%|
Fees & Expenses (1 Year)
Total Expense Ratio
Fees vs Performance
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Growth of $10,000
Data in "Growth of $10,000" is based on historical annual performance data.
Data as of 09/30/2021.
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Each portfolio is assigned to a category of similar portfolios for comparison purposes. Read about our methodology for categorizing portfolios.
Category averages are designed to be a representation of all portfolios with a similar risk profile (represented as a % of equity).
Category averages are designed to be a representation of all portfolios with a similar age and risk profile (represented as a % of equity).