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Are you looking to play an important role in a new grandchild’s life? Following are some options you can discuss with your financial advisor.
Adding another generation to the family is exciting, and your financial advisor is committed to being there for you through all of life's changes. Contact your financial advisor to learn more.
Withdrawals used for expenses other than qualified education expenses may be subject to federal and state taxes, plus a 10% penalty on the earnings portion. There may be state tax incentives and other state benefits, such as financial aid, scholarship funds and protection from creditors, that are available to in-state residents who invest in their home state's 529 plan. Some states and states' 529 plans may also recognize certain elementary and secondary tuition expenses as a qualified expense. Before using funds for elementary and/or secondary tuition expenses, please consult with the plan sponsor and/or a qualified tax advisor to avoid incurring potential state tax consequences and/or penalties. Student and parental assets and income are considered when applying for financial aid. Generally, a 529 plan is considered an asset of the parent, which may be an advantage over saving in the student's name. Make sure you discuss the potential financial aid impacts with a financial aid professional. Tax issues for 529 plans can be complex. Please consult your tax advisor about your situation. Edward Jones, its financial advisors and employees cannot provide tax or legal advice. Individuals should consult a tax professional regarding their specific situation.