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Everything you need to know about Florida Prepaid in an easy-to-read brochure. This guide covers the benefits of savings, our products and why saving with us is simple and stress-free.Download The Guide
Want to know the difference between a Florida Prepaid College Plan and a Florida 529 Savings Plan? We can break it down, so you know which savings path is right for you.Learn The Difference
Want a simple, smart way to save for college? Our Age Based/Years to Enrollment portfolio is our most popular investment option. Your allocations fluctuate depending on the age of your child so you take on less risk as they get closer to college.See Your Options
Starting college is a wonderful experience. Saving with Florida Prepaid makes it even better. If you’re looking for answers to questions like how to take advantage of your college savings, how to use your plan and what exactly it can be used for, you’ve come to the right place.Learn More
May is the season of college finals, graduations and the winding down of the school year for younger students across Florida. It’s also when families throughout Florida and the nation are encouraged to learn more about how 529 Savings Plans can help them save for college – all culminating in 529 College Savings Day on […]Read More
Florida’s colleges and universities, and their measures to boost affordability, are in the news and making news this month. Check it out: COLLEGE AFFORDABILITY BILL PASSES: Governor Rick Scott has signed HB 7019 which creates greater transparency and accountability in Florida’s higher education system. HB 7019 provides greater clarity for students regarding college costs; continues […]Read More
Albert Einstein was famously quoted as saying: “Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.” As a teacher and a parent, this quote holds truth. A formal education has a significant impact on the overall development of our children — mentally, socially and emotionally. Attending school is a necessary […]Read More
Florida’s 12 public universities continue to grow in national prominence, breadth of degree offerings, and enrollment. Chancellor Marshall Criser III, a graduate of the University of Florida whose father served as UF president, is focused on making sure universities are prepared for the increased demands of a global economy. He is also committed to ensuring […]Read More
No matter how a family saves for college, the overarching goals are universal: Smooth the financial path to college for a child. Avoid loan debt. Save in manageable increments early to avoid big financial burdens later on. But the options for saving are many, and the ins and outs can sometimes seem overwhelming. Which plan […]Read More