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This session will walk you through the steps of using your Invest529 account to pay for higher education. Topics include: communications you will receive from Virginia529, how to access important information you need in completing the FAFSA, responsibilities and deadlines, where your account can be used and for what expenses, and other various topics.
ABLEnow is a savings program for individuals with a disability and is administered by Virginia529 to provide more independence, greater financial security and a better quality of life. Join us for a free information session to discover the advantages of ABLE accounts and the national ABLEnow program.
In just one hour, we’ll cover the answers to these questions, and more:
What are ABLE accounts?
Who is eligible?
How can I use the money in an ABLE account?
What are the features and benefits of the ABLEnow program?
How can I learn more and open an account?
For more information on ABLEnow, please visit able-now.com.
This session is part of the Smart Savers Academy, a webinar series to celebrate 529 Day, May 29, 2020.
Join this session to hear a variety of ways to achieve your higher education savings goals with Virginia529. In just one hour, you’ll learn how to: Save for tuition and other college costs, such as housing, textbooks and more with Invest529, save for private or religious K-12 education, take advantage of tax-free earnings and the Virginia state tax deduction and meet your savings goals. This session is part of the Smart Savers Academy, a webinar series to celebrate 529 Day, May 29, 2020.
Registered apprenticeship programs, which offer individuals the chance to learn a trade through on-the-job training, are now an approved qualified higher education expense for tax-advantaged 529 plans. It’s the perfect match! Join Caly Emerson, Education Specialist with the Registered Apprenticeship Program of the Virginia Department of Labor, and Lori Flannery, Marketing Manager with Virginia529, to learn about registered apprenticeship programs and how tax-advantaged Virginia529 savings can be used to pay for these program expenses.
This session will give a broad overview on the process, costs and resources available to pay for higher education. Topics to be covered include the current cost of higher education, various types of financial aid, how to apply for financial aid with the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), and most importantly, how to save for higher education with a tax-advantaged Virginia529 account.
This session is for Invest529 customers to gain a better understanding of how the account works to pay for higher education.
Topics discussed will include communications sent from Virginia529, submitting documents and forms, reporting 529 savings on the FAFSA, other responsibilities and deadlines, eligible schools, expenses covered and tax forms and documentation
Learn how to save for higher education during this college savings information session. In just one hour, you’ll learn the features and benefits of the Virginia529 programs. These programs help you prepay tuition and save for other costs, such as housing, meal plans, textbooks and more, and receive tax advantages on the money saved.
This session will walk you through the steps of using your Prepaid529 account. Topics include: communications you will receive from Virginia529, how to access important information you need in completing the FAFSA, responsibilities and deadlines, where your account can be used and for what expenses, and other various topics.
New webinars are being developed. In the meantime, check out the Virginia529 webinar archives and subscribe to Virginia529 updates to be notified when a new webinar is scheduled.