CollegeAccess 529 (Direct-sold)
South Dakota's CollegeAccess 529 (Direct-sold) program is available only to those who meet certain South Dakota residency requirements, this 529 savings program features an age-based option, one fixed income static portfolio and two single fund portfolios.
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- Program typeSavings
- State agencySouth Dakota Investment Council
- Tax deduction
- Program ManagerVP Distributors LLC
- Program distributorVP Distributors LLC
Ratings & Rankings
Our overall rating for SD residents
This is a very good program that offers valuable benefits but may have some limitations or concerns that investors need to know.
Our overall rating for non-residents
This program is not open to you either because it has residency requirements or because it has stopped accepting new enrollments.
Each plan’s performance score is developed directly from Savingforcollege.com’s Quarterly 529 Performance Rankings. A 529 savings plan must have at least one year of performance history before they will be assigned a 5-cap rating. For those plans that are not part of our quarterly performance rankings, such as plans offering a single set of bank-based investment options, we assign a performance score by evaluating the returns currently available on similar types of investments outside of 529 plans.
State residency requirements:
Who can be a participant/owner in the program?
Significant time or age restrictions imposed by the program:
Alternative 529 Plans
Age-based/Enrollment Year investment options:View more age-based investment options
Static investment options:View more static investment options
Underlying investments:View a full list of this plan’s investment options
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Portfolio Fees & Performance Lookup
Fees & Expenses
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Taxes and other Benefits
- Tax deduction for single filersNone
- Tax deduction for joint filersNone
South Dakota doesn't offer tax deductions
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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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