529 fund returns $3.2 billion in 2016, more than the average asset class
3.2 million people are expected to claim the $3,220 tax refund in Texas as of March 31, according to the latest data from the Texas Department of Insurance.
That’s up $1.2 trillion from the previous year.
But a big chunk of the gains came from people who got their money back by giving it to their children.
That means the total returns on the fund have been larger than what many expected.
And it’s worth noting that this is only a partial list.
There are some people who could have gotten a refund even if they didn’t have to contribute to the fund, so it’s a little harder to gauge just how much they actually got.
But overall, the fund has returned $3 billion, on average, which is a lot better than the averages of other asset classes, according a blog post by The Institute for Policy Studies.
The fund has also been an excellent performer in the last few years.
It’s a lot easier to get a refund than a lot of other types of money.
It’s hard to find people who want to get that money back and it’s harder to find those who do want to.
I think the idea of giving money back to the state has become quite a bit more acceptable, said Jim Cavanagh, director of the Center for Asset Management at the National Association of Securities Administrators.
That’s probably partly due to the way the law has been written, which has allowed some people to avoid the estate tax.
That hasn’t been a huge problem with the fund because the fund itself has not been taxed, and because people are able to withdraw money from the fund.
Some people will probably want to do more of that, Cavanah added.
That could mean people who give money to the plan may also want to invest in other asset categories that pay a larger percentage in the tax code.
And some people might choose to get an asset class that pays a higher rate than the fund’s investments.
But it could also mean that some people will want to avoid that tax liability and instead invest in a portfolio of different asset classes that pay less in taxes.
That could mean investing in an ETF that pays lower tax rates.
This article has been updated with more information.