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Saving for College With VHEIP
SEE WHAT A $25 CONTRIBUTION CAN DO.
For most families, saving enough to pay for the costs of higher education can seem overwhelming. But with a little planning, funding a college education can be easier to achieve than you might think. Vermont’s 529 college savings plan can help you put a child’s college education within reach. And as you save with the Vermont Higher Education Investment Plan (VHEIP), you can benefit with a Vermont state income tax credit and other tax advantages.
Start saving now and give the gift of education.
VHEIP QUICK FACTS
... has a low minimum contribution; open an account with just $25!
... savings can be used at eligible higher education institutions throughout the U.S.—as well as many schools in Canada and around the world
... savings can be used for tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies, and education expenses for students with special needs
… is the only 529 college savings plan that offers a Vermont state income tax credit on annual contributions
… is sponsored by VSAC
Give the gift of education!
Now is the perfect time to open a college savings account or invite friends and family to contribute to college savings as a gift!