Posted byon September 26, 2008
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I’ve mentioned before that we’ve opened about a dozen accounts there for Target Gift Cards in the past. There is no annual account maintenance fee and the majority of the index portfolios have 0.50% management fees. In fact, I actually maintain an account there for my niece.
From the Terms and Conditions:
They’ve added a new twist this time: you must enroll in recurring deposits. Since you have to wait a couple months to get the card, it looks like you might need to contribute about $100-$150 to the account. That’s still a 33% return on your money.
If you were going to open an account anyways, it might be worthwhile to open it here. You can then roll it over to the plan you like. We usually open the accounts, then move them to the Ohio plan.
If you are looking for a 529 plan that you don’t have to set up recurring deposits, you can get $25 to open an account with the Ohio 529 Plan.
Update: CA Residents Only This offer has unfortunately been limited to California residents only. From the T&C: “Offer open only to individual legal residents of the State of California age 18 or older as of August 15, 2008.” Too bad, this was easy money in the past for everyone.