Use the funds for education and other disability-related expenses.
Do you have funds in a 529 college savings account that you won’t be using? Consider rolling those funds over into a loved one’s existing IL ABLE Account.
Rolling over funds from a 529 college savings account into an IL ABLE Account is a meaningful way to help a loved build financial resources that they can use to pay for a wide range of Qualified Disability Expenses, including education, health and wellness, housing, transportation, and much more. You can learn more about Qualified Disability Expenses on illinoisable.com.
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Contribute up to $17,000 to an IL ABLE Account
Starting January 1, 2023, the Annual Contribution Limit for ABLE accounts increased to $17,000 from the previous limit of $16,000. This amount includes contributions for all sources including Account Owners, family members, friends and other third parties. Anyone can contribute to an IL ABLE Account, as long as total contributions do not exceed $17,000 per year.
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There is still time to contribute for 2022
It’s hard to believe that 2022 is coming to a close, but there is still time to open or contribute to an IL ABLE Account to take advantage of these benefits before the year is over.
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