North Dakota's College SAVE, managed by Ascensus College Savings, offers 9 investment options: three age-based options and six individual portfolios managed by Vanguard. In May 2017, the plan added an advisor-sold share class. Accounts can be linked to the Upromise rewards service. To find a financial advisor in your area, use the Directory of Financial Professionals.
- Program typeSavings
- Inception2001 but substantially changed in November 2006; Advisor class units added in 2017
- State agencyBank of North Dakota
- Tax deduction
- Program ManagerAscensus College Savings
- Program distributorAscensus College Savings
Moderate: 17 through 18 years (Income)
|Asset Class||% Assets||Category Avg.|
|Short Term Bond||18%||26.27%|
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 03/31/2022.
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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).
Category averages are designed to be a representation of all portfolios with a similar age and risk profile (represented as a % of equity).