College savings plan eligible for tax deductions

Starting a Path2College 529 Plan account can mean less college debt for your child in the future and tax advantages for you today. Contributions made to the Path2College 529 Plan by April 17 are eligible for a 2011 Georgia income tax deduction. (Limitations apply. See disclosure booklet for details.) Help your loved ones achieve their dreams while spending less of your own hard-earned income on taxes.

Tax advantages and flexible features can help.

The Path2College 529 Plan offers tax advantages and a variety of flexible features to make saving for college even easier:

  • Georgia income tax deduction on contributions up to $2,000 each year for each beneficiary. (please note that a transfer of funds from another state’s 529 Plan is not eligible for the Georgia income tax deduction)
  • Tax-free growth on any earnings
  • Withdrawals free from Georgia and federal income taxes when used for qualified higher educational expenses like tuition, fees, books, supplies and certain room and board costs
  • Use of funds at any eligible institution in the nation and some abroad
  • Ability to transfer the account to another eligible family member
  • Choice in low-cost investment options
  • Minimum contribution of only $25 to get started

Make the Path2College 529 Plan a part of your savings strategy.

Many families hope to see their child or loved one graduate from college someday, but it takes more than hope to get there. The Path2College 529 Plan is a 529 Plan that can help your family get there. Investing in education is a smart move, and the tax advantages built into the Path2College 529 Plan can make it an important part of your overall college funding strategy. For more information visit www.path2college529.com or call 1.877.424.4377.



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