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Ohio 529 Plan Top Ten List for Q1 2019

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What’s On The Ohio 529 Plan “Top Ten List” for Q1 2019?

Whether you’re about to open a college savings plan or you’ve been saving in Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, diligently for your child’s higher education expenses, you may be curious about all the 529 investment options available.

Ohio’s 529 Plan offers a diverse range of investment options from which you can create your college-savings strategy. These 529 saving options include ready-made age-based portfolios, ready-made risk-based portfolios, individual investment options, and FDIC-insured banking options, all provided from our partners and leading investment managers — VanguardDimensional Fund Advisors, and Fifth Third Bank. Ohio’s 529 Plan also offers tools and calculators to help you shape the college savings plan that right for your family’s needs.

Are you curious which investment options other Ohio Direct 529 Plan have selected? Here’s the latest “Top Ten List”, with the portfolios that hold the largest balances of customer’s Direct Plan accounts, for the first quarter of 2019.

Top 10 investments options in Ohio’s Direct 529 Plan

The top 10 investment options with the highest value of assets under management (fund balances in millions, as of March 31, 2019) are:

  1. Vanguard Aggressive Age-Based Portfolio (ready-made age-based portfolio), $1,364.19
  2. Vanguard Moderate Age-Based Portfolio (ready-made age-based portfolio), $822.18
  3. Advantage Age-Based Portfolio (ready-made age-based portfolio), $704.09
  4. Vanguard 500 Index Option (individual investment option), $635.48
  5. Vanguard Aggressive Growth Index Portfolio (ready-made risk-based portfolio), $476.89
  6. Vanguard Growth Index Portfolio (ready-made risk-based portfolio), $277.07
  7. Vanguard Extended Market Index Option (individual investment option), $245.27
  8. Vanguard Wellington Option (individual investment option), $243.92
  9. Vanguard Moderate Growth Index Portfolio (ready-made risk-based portfolio), $195.86
  10. Vanguard Money Market Option (individual investment option), $160.05

Someday, your child will be going to college so start saving with Ohio’s tax-free 529 plan. If you’re ready to start saving for your child’s future college expenses, it’s simple to go online to open an account in minutes. If you already have a 529 plan, it might be time to review your new life-stage account strategy or perform account maintenance.

Posted on May 9, 2019

Ohio Tuition Trust Authority

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