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Take advantage of Arizona tax advantages based on contributions to the AFCSP-Bank Plan! Arizona residents are eligible for a $2,000 deduction to gross income per taxpayer, or $4,000 for those married, filing jointly based on contributions to the AFCSP-Bank Plan. Also, Arizonans enjoy a high maximum contribution limit of $453,000 per beneficiary, effective October 1, 2017.
Remember, in order to take advantage of this year's Arizona state income tax deduction, your contribution check must be postmarked by December 31. If you choose to contribute by electronic bank transfer, your online request must by submitted by 11:59 p.m., Eastern Time, on December 31, to receive the deduction for the current tax year. Electronic bank transfers are the quickest and most efficient way to make a contribution. You may take advantage of the electronic bank transfer option through our Online Banking feature.
Take advantage of Indiana tax advantages based on contributions to CollegeChoice CD! Also, Hoosiers enjoy a high maximum contribution limit of $450,000 per beneficiary.
If you are an Indiana taxpayer (resident or non-resident), you are eligible for a State income tax credit for contributions to an account in CollegeChoice CD.1 The tax credit is available to an individual filing a single return or a married couple filing a joint return. The amount of the credit is the lesser of the following:
*If you are an Indiana taxpayer (resident or non-resident, individual or married), you may receive a 20% State tax credit against your adjusted gross income, up to a maximum of $1,000, for contributions to a CollegeChoice CD Account. Rollover contributions from another Qualified Tuition Program into a CollegeChoice CD Account do not count as contributions eligible for the tax credit. Contributions may be subject to recapture from the Account Owner (not the contributor) in certain circumstances, such as a rollover to another state’s qualified tuition program or a non-qualified withdrawal or distribution from the Account within twelve (12) months after the Account was opened. See Program Disclosure Statement for more detailed information.
Montana taxpayers are entitled to a $3,000 deduction to gross income per taxpayer, or $6,000 for those married, filing jointly based on contributions to the Montana Family Education Savings Program—Bank Plan. Funds are subject to recapture if withdrawn from the Program within three years.
NexBank, SSB and its affiliates do not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction.