As a parent, I know that planning for your child's future is of vital importance to you. Investing in their postsecondary education is one of the most significant contributions you can make. A college education can open doors to endless opportunities. It challenges students to think big, strive higher and can instill the desire to make a difference.
The Kansas State Treasurer's office has partnered with American Century Investment Management, Inc., to bring you what we believe is one of the most comprehensive education investing programs in the nation. The Learning Quest 529 Education Savings Program has been designed with features and benefits to make investing for college a reality.
Additionally, you may be eligible to deduct your contributions from your taxable income regardless of where you live. Check with your state for specific tax benefits. For example, Kansas taxpayers receive an annual adjusted gross income deduction of up to $3,000 (or $6,000 if you're married and filing jointly) for contributions per year, per child.
I am confident that after you have reviewed the information on the website, you will want to enroll in Learning Quest. If you would like to speak to a Specialist please call (800) 579-2203. Or, your financial professional may contact us at (877) 882-6236. Together, we can open doors.
Kansas State Treasurer
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This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as tax advice.
The availability of tax or other benefits may be conditioned on meeting certain requirements, such as residency, purpose for or timing of distributions, or other factors.
The earnings portion of non-qualified withdrawals is subject to federal and state income taxes and a 10% federal penalty.