Year of Enrollment Portfolios:
Investments that change with time.

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Most advisors agree that, as beneficiaries age, college savings plans should shift from portfolios offering higher risk and higher potential return to more conservative options focused on preservation.1

That's the thinking behind Year of Enrollment Portfolios. With this popular college investing strategy, you and your financial advisor select the portfolio that most closely corresponds to the year your beneficiary plans to begin college. Then, as the beneficiary approaches college age, the mix of investments shifts automatically.

The sample Year of Enrollment Portfolios below show how your investment mix would change as college approaches.

INA Year of Enrollment Portfolios chart

 

 

1U.S. News and World Report, Vary College Savings Strategies as Children Age, Nov. 13, 2013