Do You Own an ABLE Account in Another State?

Consider Rolling it Over to IL ABLE.  Here’s Why.

If you live in Illinois and opened an ABLE account for yourself or a loved one in another state’s ABLE plan, you may be missing out on some of the benefits offered by IL ABLE.  For example, if you are an Illinois taxpayer and you contribute to any IL ABLE account, you may be able to take a state income tax deduction.  Learn more here.

What You Need to Know About Illinois ABLE Contributions and Tax Deductions

Contributions Made Before Year-End May Qualify for IL Tax Benefit

By contributing to an IL ABLE account, both your loved one with a disability and you may share in the happiness! Why? Because any Illinois taxpayer who contributes to any IL ABLE account at any time during the year may be able to take an Illinois State Income tax deduction for that year. Happiness!

Season’s Giving

Easy Ways to Make Holiday and Year-End Contributions to a Loved One’s Illinois ABLE Account

It happens every year.  As we enter the holiday season, many family and friends of loved ones with disabilities want to give them money to use to enjoy life or help with expenses. However, for years, family and friends have been told not to give their loved ones with disabilities money because it will put the loved one’s benefits at risk.