ergonomicalistic: "Right now I am looking at opening a CoverDell to self direct, max that out (or close to) and compound above what a 529 plan would (or would not return). Goal is to having about $100k total in ~18 years via a 10% annual rate via smart investing and low fees."Given that maximum Coverdell ESA contribution is "$2,000 per beneficiary per year combined from all sources", that seems like an ambitous goal.$2,000 per year invested Jnauary 1 each year and earming 10% annually (net of costs), would, after 18 full years, be worth $100,318.18 - $318.18 over your goal, but only if you start with the maximum (not close to) and continually fund at maximum level. Start with $1900 in year one, and you fall short.We have had good success with the Utah 529 plan.Regards, JAFO
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