Upcoming virtual event:

Invest in Your Child's Future and Protect Their Savings with a CalABLE Account

Tuesday, July 9, 2024 at 1:00 p.m. PDT

Venue: Facebook
Price: FREE

Looking to save for your child’s future without affecting their eligibility for government programs? CalABLE is a savings and investment plan offered by the state of California to individuals who developed a disability by age 26. Enrolled individuals can currently contribute up to $18,000 per year, and up to $100,000 total, without affecting eligibility for public disability benefits. CalABLE account owners who work can contribute even more to their accounts, and earnings are federal and state tax-free when used for qualified expenses.

Join us in conversation with CalABLE Outreach Specialist Madeline Handy as we look closer at how parents of kids with disabilities can use this program to help provide for our children’s care.

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About the speaker: Madeline Handy

Madeline Handy attended UC Davis, where she completed her Master of Public Health in 2022. During her MPH program, she interned for CalABLE and researched how having a CalABLE account can improve a person’s health. She is now a full-time outreach specialist for CalABLE.

Learn more in our resource library

ABLE Accounts and Creating a Special Needs Trust in California

The Basics of Estate Planning for Families with Dependent Children

Tax Strategies for Families Raising Kids with Disabilities

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