Why choose CollegeBacker for your college fund?
Simple to start
Start saving in a 529 College Savings Plan in 5 minutes – even for a future child.
Easy to share
Claim a gifting page for your child and invite family and friends to chip in.
Free for everyone
Every child should have a college fund, so we have no mandatory fees.
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A 529 plan - more than a savings account
With CollegeBacker you can make the most of your savings. We’ll help you open a tax-advantaged investment account called a 529 College Savings Plan. It grows tax-free and can be withdrawn tax-free to pay for your child's education costs – just like a retirement account for college.
As an SEC registered investment adviser, we have a fiduciary duty to put your interests first and never take commisions. We only suggest the best 529 plans with low-fee investment options, recommend portfolios that reduce risk as your child ages, and use cutting-edge encryption and security practices to safeguard your personal information.
529 accounts grow tax-free
Withdrawals are tax-free
Low-cost investment options
SEC registered investment adviser
Bank-level security and monitoring
A fee-free platform for college savings
No required fees
We believe in universal access to college savings, so we don’t charge a fee and instead work for tips.
Your interests first
We've got your back. We never take commissions and always suggest low-fee 529 plans.
Pay it forward
We use 1% of the money you tip us to reach low-income families around the country.
It's never too early to start a 529 plan - for you or a friend
Start saving for a future child
Did you know you can start saving tax-free for college before your child is born? 20% of CollegeBacker families start before birth.
Give the gift of college savings
Do you have a friend or relative who could use a college fund? With CollegeBacker, you can kick off their tax-free college savings.