Arizona has decided to extend its 529 college savings plan contract with Waddell & Reed for three years, principally because of strong performance, competitive fees and investment choices, The Kansas City Star reports.

Besides the age-based portfolios Waddell has previously offered, it will now include its Ivy Funds. The investment firm is one of three in the Arizona plan.

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