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FAQ: Does EdVest have a flexible contribution option?

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Yes, EdVest does have flexible contribution options and allows the following:

– You can form an account with an automatic investment plan or payroll deposit of as low as $15 per month

– The initial $250 contribution to open an account is waived with an automatic investment plan

– You can contribute up to $330,000 for a single beneficiary

EdVest also offers many convenient ways to contibute:

By check

– Electronic funds transfer

– Federal Wire

– Automatic investment

– Payroll deduction

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