Wisconsin 529 College Savings Plans
Wisconsin offers two 529 college savings plans Edvest is managed by TIAA-CREF Tuition Financing, Inc. and is available on a direct-sold basis. Voya, under contract with TIAA-CREF, manages the Tomorrow’s Scholar 529 plan which is sold through financial advisors. Wisconsin’s 529 plans do not require Wisconsin residency. The EdVest Advisor-sold plan ceased to operate under the Edvest name in October 2012 and assets held in the plan were combined with the Tomorrow's Scholar® program.
More information on the Wisconsin 529 plans is can be found in the links below.
Wisconsin's Edvest is a direct-sold 529 college savings plan available to residents of any state, and offers low minimums and a variety of investment options from TIAA-CREF, T. Rowe Price and others. Wisconsin residents may enjoy a state tax deduction for contributions to the plan....
Advisor Sold Plans
Voya, under contract with TIAA-CREF Tuition Financing, Inc., manages Wisconsin's Tomorrow's Scholar® 529 savings program. Voya succeeded Wells Fargo as program manager in late October 2012. The revised program features nine age-based options, five static allocation options, and 18 single fund options investing in Voya mutual funds and other mutual funds managed by Baillie Gifford Overseas Limited; BlackRock Financial Management, Inc.; BlackRock Investment Management, LLC; Brandywine Global Investment Management, LLC; Brookfield Investment Management Inc.; Columbia Management Investment Advisers, LLC; Credit Suisse Asset Management, LLC; Delaware Investments Fund Advisers; Hahn Capital Management, LLC; Lazard Asset Management LLC; LSV Asset Management; Northern Trust Investments, Inc.; Polaris Capital Management, LLC; Teachers Advisors, Inc.; Van Eck Associates Corporation; Voya Investment Management Co. LLC; and Wellington Management Company LLP....