6 things to consider when selecting an ABLE account

529 ABLE plans help individuals with disabilities save tax-free for future expenses without forfeiting benefits. Here are 6 things to know before choosing a plan.

| ABLE Plan | | ABLE | | Disability | | 529A |

Savings opportunities for students with special needs

Saving for a childs or grandchilds college can be complicated, but things become even more complex when that child has a disability. Learn about the different ways to plan for their future education and the best ways to save for it.

| Able Act | | Disability |

New 529 ABLE accounts may offer even more benefits for people with disabilities

The ABLE Act gives Americans with disabilities the opportunity to save up to $14,000 per year in a tax-deferred account similar to a 529 college savings plan as a supplement to their government benefits.

| ABLE Act | | 529 Plan | | Disability | | PATH Act |

The ABLE Act and what it means for your 529 plan

The long-awaited Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act has been signed into law by President Obama. Learn about how the 529A accounts created by this Act will help Americans with disabilities better save for the future.

| 529 plan | | saving for college | | disability | | ABLE Act | | President Obama | | Congress | | tax-deferred | | savings account |

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