The Oregon College Savings Plan features enrollment-based and static portfolio options utilizing mutual funds from a variety of fund families and an FDIC-Insured Option. Sumday Administration, LLC succeeded TIAA-CREF as program manager of the Oregon College Savings Plan on September 10, 2018.
- Program typeSavings
- Inception2001, but substantially changed in September 2018.
- State agencyOregon 529 Savings Board, chaired by State Treasurer
- Tax deduction
- Program ManagerSumday Administration, LLC
- Program distributorThe Oregon 529 Savings Board
Ratings & Rankings
Our overall rating for OR residents
This is a program that offers outstanding flexibility, attractive investments, and additional economic benefits (such as generous state tax incentives) that for some people, at least, will provide a substantial boost to their savings. There are few, if any, weaknesses noted in the program.
Our overall rating for non-residents
This is an excellent program with many benefits for the participant and positive investment attributes. If it has any significant weaknesses then it also has some particularly good things to recommend it.
State residency requirements:
Who can be a participant/owner in the program?
Significant time or age restrictions imposed by the program:
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Underlying investments:View a full list of this plan’s investment options
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Fees & Expenses
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Taxes and other Benefits
- Tax deduction for single filers$2,435/yr
- Tax deduction for joint filers$4,865/yr
Married filing jointly residents contributing $100/month can expect an additional $0 a year in tax savings.
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Does the sponsoring state exclude the value of an account for state financial aid purposes?
Does participation in the program provide beneficiaries with any advantages in qualifying for resident tuition status at state institutions?
Is there a rewards program or outside scholarship program that works with this program?
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Statutory protection of an account from creditors:
Distributions & Terminations
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Documents, Access & Reporting
Does participant have online password-protected access to account?
Can the complete enrollment process including funding be done online?
Documents and other services accessible or downloadable on the program's public Web site: