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ABLE Accounts Explained in American Sign Language
ABLE accounts are a powerful tool for individuals with disabilities, allowing them to save money for future expenses without affecting their eligibility for government benefits. In this video, we will break down everything you need to know about ABLE accounts, including how to open one, how to manage and budget funds, and the tax advantages they offer.
ABLE Accounts Explained in American Sign Language and Spanish
Las cuentas ABLE, explicado en lenguaje de señas americano (ASL). Las cuentas ABLE son una herramienta poderosa para las personas con discapacidades, que les permite ahorrar dinero para los gastos futuros sin afectar su elegibilidad para los beneficios del gobierno. En este video, desglosaremos todo lo que usted necesita saber sobre las cuentas ABLE, incluido cómo abrir una, cómo administrar y presupuestar los fondos, y las ventajas fiscales que estas ofrecen.
Veteran's Voice for ABLE Accounts and Age of Adjustment Act: Jason Sticha
Jason Sticha, Disabled Navy Veteran and Maryland ABLE Account holder, addresses the attendees at the celebration of the 5th Anniversary of the ABLE Act. Jason shares his story as a medically retired veteran and how he uses his Maryland ABLE account to support his health.
We Need Your Help to Spread the Word on ABLE
In 2014, Congress passed the Stephen Beck Jr. Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act to help families with disabilities. ABLE allows people with disabilities to put money away, tax-free, that they can use in the future to cover essential life costs without the risk of losing government disability benefits.
Mat Rice on Maryland ABLE
Mat Rice, the Public Policy Specialist for People on the Go Maryland, the statewide self-advocacy group run for and by those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and an ABLE account holder speaks about the Maryland ABLE program.
ABLE to Save Video Contest
1st place winner of ABLE to Save Video contest from ABLE National Resource Center.