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Fees paid out of fund assets to cover the costs of marketing and selling fund shares. "Distribution fees" include fees to compensate brokers and others who sell fund shares, and to pay for...
An employer-sponsored retirement savings plan that gives employees a choice of investment options, typically mutual funds. Employees who participate in a traditional 401(k) plan have a portion of...
A type of tax-deferred retirement savings program available to employees of public schools, certain non-profits, and some members of the clergy.
A future college student for whom the 529 account is established.
A person who establishes an account for a future college student to save money for qualified higher education expenses; also called the college saver or account holder.
A tax-advantaged way to save for future college expenses, such as tuition and housing.
529 plan document that has detailed information about the 529 plan; often called a disclosure statement, disclosure document, program description, or offering document.
A financial services firm — a mutual fund company, a brokerage firm, an investment adviser, or an insurance company — that handles all of the transactions and investments within the plan.
A state, a state agency or educational institution that chooses a plan manager and determines the rules and limits for its plan.
A 529 plan is a tax-advantaged savings plan designed to encourage saving for future college costs. 529 plans, legally known as “qualified tuition plans,” are sponsored by states, state agencies, or...
Public companies file Form 8-K, known as the "current report," to the SEC to announce major events that shareholders should know about, including bankruptcy proceedings, a change in corporate...