|Average Annual ReturnsUpdated Monthly as of 02/28/2015
| Vanguard Income
||Inception Date: 12/16/2002
| Vanguard 529 Income Composite (Benchmark)
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|Recent Investment Returns
as of 03/27/2015
as of 02/28/2015
as of 02/28/2015
|Vanguard 529 Income Composite*||—||1.08%||–0.80%
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*Consists of four unmanaged benchmarks, weighted 50% Spliced Total Bond Market Index, 25% Barclays U.S. Treasury Inflation Protected Securities Index, 21.25% Citigroup 3-Month Treasury Bill Index, and 3.75% Ryan Labs 3 year GIC Index . The Spliced Total Bond Market Index consists of the Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index through December 31, 2009; Barclays Aggregate Float Adjusted Index thereafter.
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