Utah's official 529 college savings plan is announcing new investment choices and lower fees effective June 21.
The Utah Educational Savings Plan (UESP) is dropping its annual administrative asset fees on age-based and five of six static investments by an average of 10 percent to between 0.14 and 0.18 percent. (Fees for customized investment options will remain at 0.20 percent and the Public Treasurers' Investment Fund option will stay fee-free).
The nonprofit, which manages more than $5.9 billion in assets, is also boosting its customized investment options, adding mutual funds managed by Dimensional Fund Advisors and six new Vanguard index funds. UESP also is adding two new static investment options.