Selecting an investment portfolio may seem overwhelming for some. However, the LoneStar 529 Plan offers a number of investment options and strategies that you can tailor to align with your risk tolerance, time horizon and financial situation.
The Plan: The LoneStar 529 Plan, which is a 529 Plan. offers a wide range of portfolios with Underlying Investments: One or more mutual funds or other investment vehicles in which assets of a portfolio are invested. managed by Artisan, Baird, DFA, Dodge & Cox, Eaton Vance, Federated Hermes, Neuberger Berman, New York Life, PIMCO, T. Rowe Price, and Vanguard. You can choose from among the Plan’s Target Enrollment Year Options, Risk-based and Individual Asset Class Options, or a combination of each.
Should your goals or needs change, you have the flexibility to rebalance your Account: A savings trust account established by an Account Owner pursuant to the Savings Trust Agreement for purposes of investing in one or more portfolios. Accounts are part of the Plan and are held in the name of the Plan on behalf of and for the benefit of the Account Owners and the Beneficiaries. or allocate future contributions to different portfolios. Under current federal regulations, Account Owner: The individual or entity signing the Application and establishing an Account or any successor to such individual or entity. References in this Glossary to “you” or “your” mean the Account Owner in such capacity. are allowed to change the allocation of existing assets twice per calendar year or whenever you name a new Beneficiary: The individual identified by the Account Owner whose qualified education expenses are expected to be paid from the Account or, for Accounts owned by a state or local government or qualifying tax-exempt organization (otherwise known as a 501(c)(3) entity) as part of its operation of a scholarship program, the recipient of a scholarship whose qualified education expenses are expected to be paid from the Account. Any individual may be the Beneficiary of an Account, including the Account Owner.A government entity or 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization can establish an Account to fund scholarship programs without designating a Beneficiary at the time the Account is established.