In the United States, there are more than two million 529 accounts with $1 billion or more in assets.
They are designed for people with college degrees who can’t access the same kinds of college education as the top earners.
Here’s a look at the top 529 accounts and their top investors.
529s: 529s are investment plans that are created and managed by 529 colleges and universities.
There are roughly 100 million 529 plans in the United State.
529 plans typically provide students with a modest amount of money to spend each year in college, with the promise of a steady income.
But many 529 plans don’t guarantee any of their members will receive a college education.
That means some 529 plans offer students no more than $500,000 to invest in.
A new fund called the 529 College Fund launched in 2014, and it’s the only one of its kind in the U.S. All 529 plans have the same goal: to help people who are financially strapped for time.
529 accounts: 529 accounts have been around for a while.
They’re still the cheapest way to invest, but they are now the most popular.
There’s an average of $100 million in funds for 529 accounts each year.
But there are other 529 plans that can offer even lower fees.
In 2016, for example, students who were enrolled in an American Funds 529 plan were eligible for $25,000 in 529 accounts, according to the College Fund.
That fund has about 2 million members and is one of the most widely used.
A more affordable option is the Education 529 account, which allows students to invest up to $25 million in a fund.
529 funds: 529 plans are also popular because they’re designed for those who can save money for college.
For most people, they offer no more money than the average 529 plan does.
But that’s not the case for those with college educations.
In 2017, for instance, 529 plans offered $1.2 billion to 529 students, according the College Bank.
This means 529s offer students $2,500 more in annual income than the typical 529 plan.
529 account balances: The College Bank’s annual survey of 529 plans found that the average annual earnings for a 529 plan holder was about $1,500, but the average contribution for a plan was $20,000.
That’s a big difference.
For example, the average amount of college funds that a plan member gets annually is $6,500.
A typical plan member could get up to about $12,000 a year if they invest all of their 529 funds.
529 investment plan: Many 529 plans allow students to earn income by investing the money in 529 investments.
This is called a qualified plan.
529 investments are a popular way to save money.
But they can be expensive.
Many of the best 529 plans, including American Funds, have a minimum balance of $10,000, which limits how much you can withdraw from the account.
That makes it difficult for students to qualify for higher-rate 529 savings accounts.
The College Fund also has some 529 investment options, including a lower-cost plan that offers a limited number of 529s.
This model offers the same investment options as the College Savings account, but instead of earning income, it lets you save money by investing in low-cost investments.
529 retirement account: A 529 retirement plan is a better option than a traditional retirement account.
But it can be hard to qualify, and there are few 529 retirement plans that offer retirement plans for people who aren’t able to save for retirement.
There is one way to qualify: students with income below $70,000 need to apply for a Roth IRA.
This IRA lets students pay no taxes on the money they save.
Other types of retirement accounts allow people to pay no income taxes on their contributions.
Here are some of the other ways you can qualify for a retirement account if you’re earning under $70-80,000 per year: a college graduate who is a full-time student