Target Enrollment Date Option

Target Enrollment Date Option

  • Based on when the beneficiary begins taking withdrawals.
  • Built from a mix of
    • Vanguard mutual funds.
    • PIMCO Interest Income Fund.
    • FDIC-insured accounts.
  • Options gradually shift to a more conservative allocation.
  • Eventually end up in the Enrolled option.
  • Based on a preset quarterly allocation schedule.
  • Daily cash flows keep the options close to target allocations.
  • Two option changes allowed per year.
  • Depending on your investment preference, a more aggressive or more conservative investment option can be selected regardless of the beneficiary’s anticipated enrollment year.

12 Target Enrollment Date portfolios

The investment options

Investment option performance

See how our Enrollment Date options have performed over time.

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How much will it cost?

my529’s asset-based fee structure has two parts:

  1. The Underlying Fund Expense of each underlying investment.
  2. The Administrative Asset Fee.

The fees for the Enrollment Date options range from 0.131% to 0.137%.

Retired Age-Based options

On July 14, 2021, my529 transitioned its Age-Based investment options to the Enrollment Date investment option.