Fidelity offers multiple investment options, including Age-Based Portfolios, Static Portfolios, and Individual Mutual Fund Portfolios, or a combination of these options.
|Minimum Initial Investment
|Minimum Initial Investment with Automatic Investments
|$15 per month
|Combined Account Maximum
|Annual Account Maintenance Fee
|Fees: Actively-Managed Portfolios
|0.58% – 0.99%
|Fees: Index Portfolios
|0.11% – 0.15%
|Fees: Fidelity Blend Portfolios
|0.43% – 0.66%
Age-Based Investment Portfolios
Choose from Age-Based Portfolios that invest in Actively Managed Mutual Funds, Index Mutual Funds or a mix of both.
For all Age-based Investment Portfolios, the investment mix becomes more conservative as your child nears college going age.
Choose Static Portfolios that invest in Actively Managed Mutual Funds or those that invest in Index Mutual Funds.
The Static Portfolios maintain target asset allocations that do not change over time. Each portfolio has its own investment objective without regard to the age of the beneficiary. Asset allocations range from 100% equity in the Aggressive Growth Portfolio, 70% equity in the Moderate Growth Portfolio, to a 45% bond mutual fund and 55% short term and money market mutual fund mix in the Conservative Portfolio.
Individual Fund Portfolios
Choose among Portfolios that invest in a single mutual fund, and are designed with specific investment styles in mind.
The Individual Fund Portfolios invest in Index Mutual Funds and a Money Market Mutual Fund.
The Fidelity Arizona College Savings Plan is not insured by the state of Arizona or Fidelity Investments, and neither the principal deposited nor the investment return is guaranteed by the state of Arizona or Fidelity Investments. Although the underlying deposits are eligible for FDIC insurance, subject to applicable federal deposit insurance limits, the units of the Bank Deposit Portfolio are not insured or guaranteed by the FDIC or any other government agency. You are responsible for monitoring the total amount of your assets on deposit at the depository bank, including amounts held directly at the depository bank. All such deposits held in the same ownership capacity at the depository bank are subject to aggregation and to the current FDIC insurance coverage limitation of $250,000.