529 College Savings Account Updates for 2020
Daniel V. Estenson CFP®, AIF® | Posted: January 31, 2020
- 529 College Savings accounts can now be used for student loans
The tax-free treatment for the repayment of up to $10,000 of student loans available due to the SECURE Act only applies to federal taxes at this point. Taxpayers should be aware that their state’s income taxes may or may not be changed to align with this. It is important to consult with your tax preparer to see how your state Income taxes could be affected before taking a distribution to pay for student loans.
- Wisconsin State Income Tax deduction increased for 2020
- 2019 College Savings Account contribution deadline
Speak with your Wealth Manager if you have any questions about the 529 college savings account changes discussed here or if you are interested in learning more about using 529 college savings accounts for your children or grandchildren.
About the author
Dan is a Wealth Manager who aims to help clients reach their lifelong goals through retirement income planning, tax minimization strategies, and wealth planning. Dan also helps develop college education funding strategies for our clients, in an effort to reduce the increasing costs of post-secondary education. He lives in Chippewa Falls with his wife, Nicole, and three children. In his free time, Dan enjoys traveling, the outdoors, and spending time with his family.
Certifications, Licenses, and Registrations
- Registered Representative with Triad Advisors, LLC
- CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional
- Accident, Life, Health, and Variable Life/Variable Annuity Insurance Licenses
- Accredited Investment Fiduciary®
Education and Training
- Series 7, 66
- Bachelor's Degree - Accounting; University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
- College for Financial Planning graduate