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More Ways to Save

When it comes to saving for college, every contribution to the account helps.  Here are additional opportunities to help you increase your savings by saving regularly and getting others involved:


This online feature allows you to invite family and friends to celebrate occasions with gift contributions to your beneficiary's 529 account.

Automatic Investment Program (AIP)

The AIP program allows you to contribute regularly on a schedule and in an amount directed by you. You can also designate an automatic increase in your AIP contributions that can be changed at any time. The AIP program also allows for contributions to come in from multiple bank accounts, such as from grandparents who wish to participate regularly.

Payroll Direct Deposit

Automatic payroll direct deposit makes saving for college nearly effortless. Just go online, sign up, print out the payroll direct deposit form, and bring it to your payroll department. Your employer must be able to support this feature.

Log in to your CHET Advisor account to enroll in one or more of our savings programs.

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CHET Advisor is administered by the Treasurer of the State of Connecticut as the trustee of the Connecticut Higher Education Trust Program and Hartford Funds Management Company, LLC (“HFMC”) serves as Plan Manager.

Investments in CHET Advisor are not guaranteed or insured by the State of Connecticut, the Connecticut Higher Education Trust Program, the Connecticut State Treasurer's Office, HFMC, The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., the investment sub-advisors for the Underlying Funds or any depository institution and are subject to investment risks, including the loss of the principal amount invested, and may not be appropriate for all investors.