Investment account types
Choosing the right account isn't hard. Just ask yourself, "What am I saving for?" And when a growing portfolio gets harder to manage …
Whether you're 25 or 55, saving now can help you enjoy a comfortable retirement. (Of course, the earlier you start saving, the better!)
The IRS made saving for retirement less taxing. Let Vanguard help you keep costs related to your investment accounts in check.
You save on taxes while saving for a child's education. The student gets a degree with less debt.
The Vanguard 529 Plan offers a variety of low-cost investment alternatives. Compare our plan with your state's plan to see which one gets you the greatest benefit.
We're working on updates that will reflect the new U.S. tax law. In the meantime, this page may not address this development.
In summary, the law expands 529 plans to include tax-free distributions of up to $10,000 per year per student to pay for K–12 expenses. Currently, 529 plans offer tax-free withdrawals only for college expenses.
We recommend that you consult a qualified tax advisor about your personal situation.
Getting ahead of other expenses can help you achieve lifelong dreams and handle life's little surprises without accumulating debt.
Whether you're planning a big vacation, wedding, or home improvement project or just preparing for the unknown, we have other types of investment accounts to help you get ready.
You worked hard to save money so you could downsize your professional life and dedicate more time to your personal life.
What's it like when every day feels like Saturday? What can you afford, and for how long? Here's how you can remain financially independent throughout your retirement years.