sdic.sd.gov Wednesday, November 22, 2017
 

 

 

Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Accounts

 

 

  • Qualified South Dakota individuals with disabilities may be able to contribute up to $14,000 a year to an Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) account without jeopardizing eligibility for federally- and state-funded benefits such as Social Security and Medicaid.  For a brief description of ABLE, click here.

     
  • Visit ABLE National Resource Center to access educational resources, including free informational webinars.

     
  • National ABLE Plans open and available to qualified South Dakota residents.

 

Alabama

https://al.enablesavings.com/al/home.html (partner with Nebraska)

 

 

Massachusetts

https://www.fidelity.com/able/attainable/overview

 

 

Michigan

https://www.miable.org/

 

 

Nebraska

https://www.enablesavings.com/

 

 

Ohio

http://www.stableaccount.com/

 

 

Oregon

http://ableforall.com/

 

 

Virginia

https://www.able-now.com/

 

 

Tennessee

http://abletn.gov/

 

 

  • The National ABLE Alliance is a partnership of states dedicated to providing those living with disabilities with an ABLE investment product that offers multiple financial options at a low cost.

 

Alaska

https://ak.savewithable.com/

Colorado

https://www.coloradoable.org/

Illinois

https://savewithable.com/il/home.html

Indiana

https://savewithable.com/in/home.html

Iowa

https://www.iable.gov/

Kansas

https://savewithable.com/ks/home.html

Minnesota

https://savewithable.com/mn/home.html

Montana

http://savewithable.com/mt/home.html

Nevada

http://nv.savewithable.com/

North Carolina

https://savewithable.com/nc/home.html

Pennsylvania

http://www.paable.gov/

Rhode Island

https://ri.savewithable.com/

Washington, D.C.

https://savewithable.com/dc/home.html

 

 

 

The information contained on this website is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute tax or investment advice.  The South Dakota Investment Council does not recommend or endorse, nor is responsible for, any state ABLE program.  Investments in an ABLE program may not be insured and may be subject to financial market conditions.  Before you invest in any state's ABLE program, please read the program description and disclosure statement and carefully consider the plan's objectives, risks, charge and expenses.