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Act Now! Tuition Track Portfolio Rates Increase Next Month

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Time is running out for Virginia families to invest in the Tuition Track Portfolio at its 2023-24 rate. July 14 is the last day to make contributions to a new or existing account before the price increases.

The Tuition Track Portfolio is an exclusive option for Virginia residents designed to track the average tuition growth at Virginia Public 4-year Universities (Average Tuition) and protect families’ savings by avoiding market risk.

Savings in these accounts grow at the same rate as annual tuition increases at Virginia public colleges and universities.

Officially launched in early 2021, the Tuition Track Portfolio has resonated with families looking for a flexible investment option that allows them to take the guesswork out of saving for higher education.  

As with other portfolio options in the highly rated Invest529 program, you can invest as much as your budget allows and cover all or part of your student’s education needs. But with the Tuition Track Portfolio, there are no fees, and no worrying about market ups and downs. Just simple, flexible, and affordable savings.

Visit the Tuition Track Portfolio page to learn more about this savings option and to open a new Invest529 account. Families can use the Tuition Track Calculator to estimate how much to contribute based on their budget and savings goals. Existing customers can make additional contributions to their Tuition Track accounts or move funds from other Invest529 portfolios.

Get started by July 14 and make a contribution before the cost goes up!


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