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Maximum contributions

Minimum contributions

The annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

Additional contributions to an ABLE account are not permitted if, taking into account the proposed contribution, the ABLE account's balance is or would be greater than or equal to the lifetime account limit, currently $475,000.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25 per ABLE Account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $5 per ABLE Account.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Alabama 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $475,000.

No minimum.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Alabama 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $475,000.

No minimum.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Alaska's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $475,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $25, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $25. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $25 per portfolio per month.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $16,090. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

Account balance limit of up to $400,000 per account owner. Assets can grow beyond $400,000.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Alaska's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $475,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $250 per portfolio, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $50 per portfolio. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $50 per month.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Alaska's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $475,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $250, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $50. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $50 per portfolio per month.

AZ ABLE

Arizona

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $501,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25.00 per STABLE Account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $1.00 per STABLE Account.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Arizona's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $519,000.

There is no minimum to open an account. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $15 per month or $45 per quarter.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Arizona's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $505,000.

Fixed Rate CDs:
With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $250. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $25 per month via electronic funds transfer, or $25 per pay period via payroll deduction. Deposits under $250 are held in an interest bearing savings account, and each time the balance reaches $250, a CD purchase is made.

Honors Savings Account:
The minimum initial deposit is $250. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $25 per month via electronic funds transfer, or $25 per pay period via payroll deduction.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Arizona's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $519,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $250 per fund and subsequent investments do not have a limit. With the automatic investment plan, the initial opening account minimum is $150 per fund and the subsequent contribution level is $50 per month. No account minimum to establish an account via payroll deduction or salary deferral.

AR ABLE

Arkansas

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.
ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.
Account balance limit of up to $366,000 per account owner. Assets can grow beyond $366,000.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Arkansas' 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $366,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $25, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $10. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $10 per month or $30 per quarter via bank transfer or $5 per pay period via payroll deduction.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Arkansas' 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $366,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $500, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $50. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $50 per month or $150 per quarter via bank transfer or $25 per pay period via payroll deduction. The minimum contribution drops to $25 for gift contributions made through the Plan's Ugift feature.

CalABLE

California

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

Account balance limit of up to $529,000 per account owner. Assets can grow beyond $529,000.

An initial contribution of $25 is required to open an account. The minimum amount for subsequent contributions is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in California's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $529,000.

Any dollar amount

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

The assets in an account cannot exceed the account balance limit of $400,000.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Colorado's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

The minimum initial contribution is $25, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $15.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Colorado's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000. The maximum limit includes the principal portion of rollover contributions. The earnings portion is excluded.

The minimum initial contribution is $25, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $25. There is no minimum for accounts using payroll direct deposit.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Colorado's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $400,000.

No minimum.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Colorado's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $400,000.

The minimum initial contribution is $25, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $15.

ABLE CT

Connecticut

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf. ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

The assets in an account cannot exceed the account balance limit of $300,000.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Connecticut's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $300,000.

There is no minimum to open an account. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $50 per month or $150 per quarter.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Connecticut's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $300,000.

There is no minimum to open an account. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $15 per month or $45 per quarter.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Delaware's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $350,000.

There is no minimum to open an account. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $15 per month or $45 per quarter.

DEPENDABLE

Delaware

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

The assets in an account cannot exceed the account balance limit of $350,000.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

DC ABLE

District of Columbia

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

The assets in an account cannot exceed the account balance limit of $500,000.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

DC College Savings Plan

District of Columbia

Accepts contributions until all account balances in the District of Columbia's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $25, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $25. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $15 per pay period via payroll deduction.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a maximum account balance limit of $418,000. However, assets can grow beyond $418,000 due to investment earnings without violating the maximum account balance limit.

$25, None

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Florida's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $418,000.

No minimum contribution.

In the 2006-2007 enrollment, $35,740 for a four-year university contract, four-year local fee plan, and five-year dormitory plan purchased in a lump sum for an eighth grader; installment option available

In the 2020-2021 enrollment, $8,495.74 for a two-year community college contract purchased in a lump sum for a newborn; installment option available as low as $53.70/month.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $501,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum initial contribution is $25.00 and the minimum subsequent contribution is $1.00.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Georgia's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $235,000.

$25 (any dollar amount is accepted for contributions made via payroll direct deposit).

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Hawaii's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $305,000.

$15

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Idaho's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

$25, or $15 per pay period via payroll deduction.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Illinois' 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $450,000.

No minimum.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Illinois' 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $450,000.

No minimum.

In the 2006-2007 enrollment, $51,323 for a 9-semester university contract purchased in a lump sum for a child in the ninth grade or older

In the 2016-2017 enrollment period, $2,022 for a 1-semester community college contract purchased in a lump sum for a newborn, installment option available as low as $43/month.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

No additional contributions may be made for the benefit of an account owner when the fair market value of the account exceeds the account balance limit of $450,000. Accounts that have reached the account balance limit may continue to accrue earnings, although future contributions may not be made to such accounts. If however, the market value of such account falls below the account balance limit due to market fluctuations and not as a result of withdrawals from such account(s), additional contributions will be accepted.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Indiana's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $450,000.

$10

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Indiana's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $450,000.

$25

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Indiana's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $450,000.

Fixed Rate CDs: With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $250. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $25 per month via electronic funds transfer, or $25 per pay period via payroll deduction. Deposits under $250 are held in an interest bearing savings account, and each time the balance reaches $250, a CD purchase is made.

Honors Savings Account: The minimum initial deposit is $250. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $25 per month via electronic funds transfer, or $25 per pay period via payroll deduction.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Indiana's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $450,000.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Iowa's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $420,000.

$25, or $15 per pay period via payroll deduction.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

No additional contributions may be made for the benefit of an account owner when the fair market value of the account exceeds the account balance limit of $420,000. Accounts that have reached the account balance limit may continue to accrue earnings, although future contributions may not be made to such accounts. If however, the market value of such account falls below the account balance limit due to market fluctuations and not as a result of withdrawals from such account(s), additional contributions will be accepted.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Iowa's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $420,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $250 per investment option ($50 per month per option with the automatic investment plan, $25 per pay period per option with payroll direct deposit). The minimum subsequent contribution is $50 per investment option ($50 per month per option with the automatic investment plan, $25 per pay period per option with payroll direct deposit).

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

No additional contributions may be made for the benefit of an account owner when the fair market value of the account exceeds the account balance limit listed of $402,000. Accounts that have reached the account balance limit may continue to accrue earnings, although future contributions may not be made to such accounts. If however, the market value of such account falls below the account balance limit due to market fluctuations and not as a result of withdrawals from such account(s), additional contributions will be accepted.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Kansas' 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $450,000.

No minimum

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Kansas' 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $450,000.

No minimum

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Kansas' 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $450,000.

No minimum

KY Saves 529

Kentucky

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Kentucky's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $350,000.

$25, or $15 per pay period via payroll deduction.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $501,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25.00 per STABLE Account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $1.00 per STABLE Account.

LA ABLE

Louisiana

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Louisiana's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

An initial deposit is not required to open an ABLE Account; however, a deposit of $10 must be made within 180 days from the date on the letter of notification of approval of the account.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Louisiana's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

$10

Accepts contributions until all account balances in 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $25; may be waived for Maine residents eligible for certain grants, and there is no minimum subsequent contribution. With the automatic investment plan, there is no initial contribution amount required or no minimum subsequent contribution required.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

The minimum initial contribution is $25, which may be waived for Maine residents eligible for certain Maine grants. With the automatic investment plan, there is no initial contribution amount required and no minimum amount for subsequent contributions.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Maryland's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

The minimum contribution requirement is $25 per portfolio. The minimum for subsequent contributions, automatic monthly contributions and/or payroll deductions is $25 per portfolio.

In the 2006-2007 enrollment, $47,250 for a five-year university contract purchased in a lump sum for a 9th through 12th grader; installment option available

In the 2020-2021 enrollment, $5,099 for a one-year community college contract purchased in a lump sum for a newborn; installment option available as low as $44/month

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

Account balance limit of up to $500,000 over the life of the account.

The minimum initial contribution amount to open an account is $25. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $10.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a maximum contribution limit of $400,000 for 2017. You may not make additional contributions to the plan at a time that the total value of the account is at or above the maximum contribution limit.

None

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Massachusetts' 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

There is no minimum to open an account. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $15 per month or $45 per quarter.

U.Plan

Massachusetts

Cost of tuition and fees for four years at the highest cost participating institution

$300 per maturity year.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Michigan's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

$25 per investment portfolio.

MiABLE

Michigan

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also an aggregate account balance limit of $500,000. However, assets can grow beyond $500,000 due to investment earnings without violating the aggregate account balance limit.

$25 per account unless the account owner signs up for the automatic investment plan (AIP) or payroll deduction of at least $15 per payroll. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $25, but is waived if the account owner is signed up for AIP or payroll deduction.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Michigan's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

$25, or $15 per pay period via payroll deduction.

In the April-July 2007 enrollment, $43,008 for a four-year Full Benefits contract purchased in a lump sum for a child in the 12th grade

In the December 2020 - September 2021 enrollment, $1,875 for a one-semester Community College contract purchased in a lump sum for a newborn. Installment plan payments available for as low as $16 per month.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

No additional contributions may be made for the benefit of an account owner when the fair market value of the account exceeds the account balance limit of $425,000. Accounts that have reached the account balance limit may continue to accrue earnings, although future contributions may not be made to such accounts. If however, the market value of such account falls below the account balance limit due to market fluctuations and not as a result of withdrawals from such account(s), additional contributions will be accepted.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Minnesota's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $425,000.

$25 per investment option, or $15 per investment option via payroll deduction.

Mississippi ABLE

Mississippi

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.
ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.
The assets in an account cannot exceed the account balance limit of $235,000.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Mississippi's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $235,000.

$25, or $15 per pay period via payroll deduction.

In the 2006 enrollment, $23,300 for a five-year university contract purchased in a lump sum for a 12th grader; installment option available

In the 2021 enrollment, $1,887 for a one-year junior/community college contract (15 semester hours) purchased in a lump sum for a newborn; installment option available as low as $16/month.

MO ABLE

Missouri

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $501,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25.00 per STABLE Account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $1.00 per STABLE Account.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Missouri's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $550,000.

No minimum.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Montana's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $396,000.

$25 or $15 through payroll deduction.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Montana's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $396,000

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Nebraska's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

No minimum.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

No additional contributions may be made for the benefit of an account owner when the fair market value of the account exceeds $400,000. If, however, the market value of such accounts falls below the account balance limit, additional contributions will be accepted.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $50 per account unless the account owner signs up for AIP or payroll deduction of at least $25 per month. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $25, but is waived if the account owner is signed up for AIP or payroll deduction.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Nebraska's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

No minimum.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Nebraska's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

No minimum.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Nebraska's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $250 per account, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $50 per portfolio. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $50 per portfolio.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

No additional contributions may be made for the benefit of an account owner when the fair market value of the account exceeds the account balance limit of $370,000. Accounts that have reached the account balance limit may continue to accrue earnings, although future contributions may not be made to such Accounts. If however, the market value of such account falls below the account balance limit due to market fluctuations and not as a result of withdrawals from such account(s), additional contributions will be accepted.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

In the 2006-2007 enrollment, $17,000 for a four-year university contract purchased in a lump sum for a 9th grader, installment option available

In the 2020-2021 enrollment, $4,807 for a two-year community college contract purchased in a lump sum for a newborn, installment option available as low as $39/month.

Accepts contributions until all 529 account balances in Nevada's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

$25 minimum initial contribution, currently being waived.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Nevada's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $15, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $15 per month or $45 per quarter. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $15 per month or $45 per quarter via bank transfer or $15 per paycheck via payroll deduction.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Nevada's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

The minimum initial contribution is $3,000 or $50 through an employer automatic investment plan. The minimum initial contribution for Nevada residents is $1,000 or $50 through employer automatic investment. The minimum subsequent contribution is $50.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Nevada's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

The initial contribution is $50 with the establishment of an automatic investment plan of at least $50 per month or $150 per quarter ($15 for contributions through Ugift), or $250 lump-sum contribution.

Accepts contributions until all 529 account balances in Nevada's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

$500 minimum initial contribution. Subsequent contributions must be at least $100.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in New Hampshire's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $542,000.

There is no minimum to open an account. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $15 per month or $45 per quarter.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $501,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25.00 per STABLE Account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $1.00 per STABLE Account.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in New Hampshire's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $542,000.

There is no minimum to open or contribute to a 529 account. With the automatic investment plan , the minimum contribution level is $15 per month or $45 per quarter.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in New Jersey's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $305,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $250 per investment option, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $50. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $25 per month. Until total contributions to an account reach $1,200, a minimum of $300 per year must be contributed to keep an account open

NJ ABLE

New Jersey

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.
ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.
The assets in an account cannot exceed the account balance limit of $305,000.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in New Jersey's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $305,000.

$25 per investment option. Until total contributions to an account reach $1,200, a minimum of $300 per year must be contributed to keep an account open.

ABLE New Mexico

New Mexico

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $501,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25.00 per Account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $1.00 per Account.

Scholar's Edge

New Mexico

Accepts contributions until all account balances in New Mexico's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

No minimum.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in New Mexico's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

No minimum.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in New York's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $520,000.

The minimum initial contribution is $1,000 per account. The minimum subsequent contribution is $25 per account.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in New York's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $520,000.

No minimum.

NY ABLE

New York

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

The Maximum Account Balance allowed under NY ABLE is $520,000.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances maintained by the NCSEAA reach $500,000. The maximum limit includes the principal portion of rollover contributions. The earnings portion is excluded.

The minimum initial contribution is $1,000; no minimum for subsequent contributions.

NC 529 Plan

North Carolina

Accepts contributions until all account balances in the NC 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

The minimum initial contribution is $25 and the minimum subsequent contribution is $25.

The NC ABLE Program

North Carolina

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

No additional contributions may be made for the benefit of an account owner when the fair market value of the account exceeds the account balance limit of $450,000. Accounts that have reached the account balance limit may continue to accrue earnings, although future contributions may not be made to such accounts. If however, the market value of such account falls below the account balance limit due to market fluctuations and not as a result of withdrawals from such account(s), additional contributions will be accepted.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in North Dakota's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $269,000.

The minimum initial contribution is $25.00 and the minimum subsequent contribution is $25.00 ($12.50 for payroll direct deposit.)

Accepts contributions until all account balances in North Dakota's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $269,000.

The minimum initial contribution is $25.00 and the minimum subsequent contribution is $25.00 ($12.50 for payroll direct deposit.)

Accepts contributions until all 529 account balances in Ohio's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $501,000.

The minimum initial contribution is $25 per investment option and the minimum subsequent contribution is $25.

Accepts contributions until all 529 account balances in Ohio's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $501,000.

$25 ($500 for the Fifth Third Bank CD option).

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $501,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25.00 per STABLE Account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $1.00 per STABLE Account.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Oklahoma 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $300,000.

The minimum initial and subsequent contribution is $25. There is no minimum for contributions via payroll deduction direct deposit.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Oklahoma 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $300,000.

None, The minimum investment for systematic investing is $50/month or $150/quarter for account owners who choose to contribute using a systematic investment plan with automatic transfers from bank or money market account.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $501,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25.00 per STABLE Account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $1.00 per STABLE Account.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

Additional contributions to an ABLE account are not permitted if, taking into account the proposed contribution, the ABLE account's balance is or would be greater than or equal to the lifetime account limit, currently $400,000.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25 per ABLE account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $10 per ABLE account.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in the program for the same beneficiary reach $400,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $250. There is no minimum for subsequent contributions or for contributions into the automatic contribution plan.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

Additional contributions to an ABLE account are not permitted if, taking into account the proposed contribution, the ABLE account's balance is or would be greater than or equal to the lifetime account limit, currently $400,000.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25 per ABLE account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $10 per ABLE account.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in the program for the same beneficiary reach $400,000.

The minimum initial and subsequent contribution is $25 per investment portfolio. Subsequent contributions must be at least $5 per investment portfolio. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $5 per month. With automatic payroll deductions, the minimum contribution level is $5 per investment portfolio per pay period.

Cost of five years of full-time undergraduate tuition and mandatory fees at the highest-cost participating institution.

$25, but contributions must reach $500 within two years of opening an account. An installment payment plan provides for payments of as little as $25 per month over a two-year period.

PA ABLE

Pennsylvania

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $511,758, at which point no new contributions may be made but the account may continue to grow and accrue earnings.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Pennsylvania's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $511,758.

$15 per transaction

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Pennsylvania's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $511,758.

$10 per transaction

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Rhode Island's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

None

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Rhode Island's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $520,000.

None

RI's ABLE

Rhode Island

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

The assets in an account cannot exceed the account balance limit of $395,000, but assets can continue to accrue earnings beyond the account balance limit.

The initial and additional contribution minimum is $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in South Carolina's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $520,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $100, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $25. With the automatic investment plan, there are no minimum payments.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in South Carolina's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $520,000.

None

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $501,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25.00 per STABLE Account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $1.00 per STABLE Account.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in South Dakota's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $350,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $1,000 ($250 per investment option), and the minimum subsequent contribution is $50 per investment option. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum initial contribution is $250 and the minimum subsequent contribution level is $50 per month.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in South Dakota's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $350,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $250 per investment option, and the minimum subsequent contribution is $50 per investment option. With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $50 per investment option per month.

ABLE TN

Tennessee

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

The total account contribution limit is $350,000.

There is minimum $25 initial contribution per investment option required to open account.

$350,000 including all accounts in the program and any accounts in Tennessee's BEST Prepaid Program held for the same beneficiary

The minimum initial or subsequent contribution to an account for each investment option is $25. Once an initial contribution is made to the account, there are no required subsequent contributions.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Texas' 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $370,000.

$25 per portfolio, or $15 per portfolio with the automatic contribution plan.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a maximum account balance limit of $370,0000. However, assets can grow beyond $370,000 due to investment earnings without violating the maximum account balance limit.

Initial contribution of $50 and subsequent contribution minimum of $25.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Texas' 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $370,000.

$25 per portfolio, or $15 per portfolio with the automatic contribution plan.

Approximately $98,472 based on 2021-2022 enrollment period pricing.

One unit initially; subsequent purchases must be at least $15. Extended payment plans are available.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $501,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25.00 per STABLE Account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $1.00 per STABLE Account.

my529

Utah

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Utah's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $510,000.

No minimum.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $501,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25.00 per STABLE Account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $1.00 per STABLE Account.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Vermont's 529 plan for the same beneficiary reach $352,800.

$25, or $15 per pay period via payroll deduction.

ABLEAmerica

Virginia

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $500,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum amount required by each of the American Funds selected.

ABLEnow

Virginia

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

The Program's Maximum Account Balance Limit is currently $500,000. No additional contributions may be made for the benefit of an Account Owner when the fair market value of his or her account is greater than or equal to $500,000. If, however, the market value of the Account falls below the Maximum Account Balance Limit, additional contributions may be made.

There is no minimum initial contribution amount or minimum subsequent contribution amount, however the first $2,000 will be held in the deposit account and only additional funds may be allocated to other investment options.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Virginia's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

The minimum initial contribution is $250 per fund ($1,000 for U.S. Government Money Market Fund), and the minimum subsequent contribution is $50 per fund. For an employer-sponsored program, the minimum contributions are $25 per fund.

Invest529

Virginia

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Virginia's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

The value of a Tuition Track Unit is 1% of Average Tuition as determined annually by Virginia529 (i.e. one hundred Tuition Track Units are equal in value, at maturity, to one (1) year of Average Tuition). A maximum of 1,000 Tuition Track Units is permitted per Beneficiary, subject to the Maximum Account Balance.

The minimum initial contribution is $10. No minimum ongoing contributions are required.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Washington's tuition programs for the same beneficiary reach $500,000.

Initial contribution of $25 per portfolio; $5 per portfolio thereafter

800 units at the annual unit price (or $500,000 combined funds with another Washington state 529 investment plan).

One Unit at the annual unit price ($114.01 through June 30, 2022). Partial units maybe be purchased after the initial unit purchase to open a GET account.

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

The maximum account balance cannot exceed $500,000. ABLE accounts that have reached the limit may continue to accrue earnings but can not continue to accept contributions.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25 per ABLE account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $10 per ABLE account.

10 semester units

One semester unit.

SMART529 Select

West Virginia

Accepts contributions until all account balances in West Virginia's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $400,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $250 per fund ($50 per fund for West Virginia residents), and the minimum subsequent contribution is $25 per fund (no minimum for West Virginia residents). With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $25 per month per fund ($15 per month per fund for West Virginia residents).

Accepts contributions until all account balances in West Virginia's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $400,000.

No minimum.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in West Virginia's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $400,000.

With lump-sum contributions, the minimum initial contribution is $250 ($50 for West Virginia residents), and the minimum subsequent contribution is $25 (no minimum for West Virginia residents). With the automatic investment plan, the minimum contribution level is $25 per month ($15 per month for West Virginia residents).

WV ABLE

West Virginia

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $501,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25.00 per Account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $1.00 per Account.

Edvest

Wisconsin

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Wisconsin's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $516,000.

The minimum initial and subsequent contribution to an account is $25. There is no minimum if you contribute by payroll direct deposit.

Accepts contributions until all account balances in Wisconsin's 529 plans for the same beneficiary reach $516,000.

$250, or $25 per month with the automatic contribution plan.

WY ABLE

Wyoming

Annual contribution limit is currently $15,000 from all sources. If the beneficiary works, the beneficiary can also contribute part, or all, of their income to their ABLE account. This additional contribution is limited to the poverty-line amount for a one-person household. For 2021, this amount is $12,880. The designated beneficiary is not, however, eligible to make this additional contribution if their employer contributes to a workplace retirement plan on their behalf.

ABLE account beneficiaries can qualify for the Saver's Credit based on contributions they make to their ABLE accounts. Up to $2,000 of these contributions may qualify for this special credit designed to help low- and moderate-income workers.

There is also a lifetime account limit of $501,000, at which point no new contributions may be made.

The minimum initial contribution amount is $25.00 per Account. The minimum subsequent contribution amount is $1.00 per Account.