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Invest529 Offers Highest Rate Net for FDIC-Insured Portfolios among 529 Plans

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Three years ago, Virginia529 introduced a new portfolio that is designed to protect against losses to the original amount you’ve invested, generally offering a more stable investment option.

Invest529’s FDIC-Insured Portfolio, invested in interest bearing deposit accounts, may appeal to risk-averse investors or those with a shorter time period before the funds are needed for higher education, or other qualified education expenses.

In its mid-year review of FDIC-insured products, Savingforcollege.com recently reported that the Invest529 portfolio offers the highest rate net of fees of any FDIC-Insured portfolio from a 529 plan in the country with its current APY of 1.34%.

An FDIC-Insured portfolio is backed by the full faith and credit of the U.S. government and balances in this portfolio are insured by the FDIC up to $250,000 aggregate for all eligible accounts for each account owner, the maximum amount currently allowed by federal law.

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