529 College Savings Plans

How will I ever pay for college? College tuition can be intimidating at first glance but don't despair. No matter how old your child is, investing may make a difference. Let us show you how.

What is Spryng?

Designed exclusively for Franklin Templeton 529 account owners. Spryng is a personal crowdfunding tool designed to help meet the increasing cost of college (and certain trade schools)! It takes just a few minutes to set up a Spryng account and share with friends and family.

How does the Spryng 529 Gifting Platform Work?

STEP 1: CREATE

Create a personalized story
in less than 3 minutes.

STEP 2: PUBLISH

Once your profile is
complete, publish it!

STEP 3: SHARE

Share with friends
and family!

Other Resources

FAQs

Looking for answers? Most questions can be answered instantly.

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Gift Announcements

Printable announcements are available for friends and family!

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One-time Contributions

One-time contributions are available for friends and family!

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What if I can only save a $1/day?

Small and regular investments may help you reach your college saving goals. An automatic investment plan does not assure a profit, nor protect against a loss in a declining market.

Learn More about Plan Benefits and Gifting Contributions/Notices.

How do you save for retirement and college at the same time?

Saving for college is key to the investment lifestyle as many people today find themselves approaching retirement while paying for college.*

57% of those surveyed with children under 18 in the household said financing a college education has/had a significant impact on retirement planning.**

A WIDE RANGE OF INVESTMENT OPTIONS

We offer a unique combination of experience, global perspective and a consistent, disciplined approach in investing that has proven itself across market cycles. Learn More about Portfolio Options, Performance and Pricing.

VALUE OF AN ADVISOR

 

HAVING A COLLEGE SAVINGS PLAN CAN BE KEY TO SUCCESS

Start the conversation with a financial advisor on your college savings goals.

Questions to ask your advisor

Whether you have been working with a financial advisor for years or just starting to look for one, here are questions to help start the conversation

  1. What are the different ways to save for college?
  2. What is the difference between a taxable, tax-deferred and tax-free account?
  3. Are there any state-specific benefits?
  4. What are the best investments options for my individual situation?
  5. How can I save for retirement and for college expenses at the same time?