Your age and the time until you retire are key factors in assessing your risk tolerance.
e.g. savings, CDs, mutual funds, IRAs, 401(k)s, public stocks
Your behavior during a market downturn is important to understanding your risk tolerance.
A 529 account is designed to help families tax-efficiently save for future college costs.
To learn more about the Wealthfront 529 College Savings Plan (the "Plan"), please read the
and Participation Agreement. Investment objectives, risks, charges, expenses, and other important
information are included in the Plan Description and Participation Agreement; read and consider it carefully
before investing. Wealthfront Brokerage Corporation serves as the distributor and the underwriter of the Plan.
The Wealthfront 529 College Savings Plan (Plan) is administered by the Board of Trustees of the College Savings
Plans of Nevada (Board). Ascensus Broker Dealer Services, Inc. ("ABD") serves as the Program Manager.
Please refer to the Plan Description for the privacy statements of the Board and ABD.
Your investment is not insured or guaranteed by the State of Nevada, the Board, Plan or any state official, the
FDIC or any other federal agency, the Program Manager, or Wealthfront. Investment returns will vary depending
upon the performance of the Designated Portfolios in your account. You could lose all or a portion of your
Please enter a number of years between 0 and 30. An estimate is fine. You can adjust this later.
An estimate is fine.
Cash, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, savings accounts and other savings vehicles. Do not include real estate, 401(k)s or IRAs.
For example, if your home is worth $500,000 and you have $200,000 left on the mortgage, you would enter $300,000. If you don't own a home, please enter $0.