Sec. 529 plans have been a widely used tool to help taxpayers save money for college, presuming they distribute that money for qualified higher-education costs. Depending on your Sec. 529 plan, you may be eligible for a state tax deduction for contributions to the plan. The TCJA expanded the opportunities available for education tax planning by permitting $10,000 per year to be distributed from Sec. 529 plans to pay for private elementary and secondary tuition. Contact us to learn how these new rules may help you pay for private school tuition for your family.
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