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529 Day 2024, also known as May 29, celebrates the role 529 plans play in helping families achieve their savings goals for their children’s education and career training after high school.

Are you’re asking yourself questions like,

  • What is a 529?
  • Is it best way to save for qualified higher education expenses?
  • Are there tax benefits with a 529?
  • What happens if my child or grandchild doesn’t go to college?

To answer these and other questions, Ohio’s 529 Plan is partnering with ISS Marketing Intelligence (ISS MI), a leading industry provider of 529 data, insight and analytics research, for a webinar to share 529 information to guide families who want to save for their children’s education or career training after high school. The free webinar will be held at 11 a.m. EST Wednesday, May 29. The webinar will be hosted by Paul Curley, Director of 529 & ABLE Research at ISS MI, and Trisha Good, Executive Director of Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage.

Some of the subjects that will be discussed include:

  • Key themes impacting the 529 industry in 2024, including the 529-to-Roth IRA Rollovers
  • 529 reminders, tips, and best practices
  • 529 & ABLE market sizing trends and talking points in Q1 2024
  • 529 & ABLE industry announcements and product enhancements
  • New industry insights from ISS Marketing Intelligence’s annual surveys of parents, advisors, and employers

To sign up, visit here to register for the free webinar. If you are not able to attend the webinar but would still like to have the 529 information, still register and a video recording will be sent to you.

Since 1989, Ohio’s 529 Plan has been helping families across the nation save for their children’s higher education. Ohio’s 529 Plan covers qualified expenses at any four-year college or university, two-year community college, trade or vocational school, apprenticeship approved by the U.S. Labor Department, or certificate programs, or continuing education classes nationwide that accepts federal financial aid. Learn, plan, and start for as little as $25 today at CollegeAdvantage.  

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