Families are not required to stick to their state's plan. Thus, if they're not happy with a state's new investment manager, they can open a plan in another state.
Families have a lot to look forward to when it comes to college savings this year, but they should always review 529 plan accounts for how their savings strategy is performing for their unique situation.
Trying to save for college? Get tips and more in the U.S. News College Savings 101 center.