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True Link Cards Provide Independence and Flexibility to Individuals with Disabilities

The Special Needs Alliance has posted two installments of The Voice this month, both written by California member Stephen Dale, Esq. In his articles, Steve examines the use of a customizable Visa card designed for individuals with disabilities. He di… Read More
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ABLE Accounts: Resources and Developments, Including a Special Opportunity for Mainers

The ABLE account was passed by Congress in December of 2014, and it has evolved over the handful of years since then through changes in the law and the adoption of regulations expanding the understanding of, and uses for, ABLE accounts. One recent pi… Read More
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ABLE Accounts: Housing and ISM

The ABLE account is a relatively new planning tool that offers an individual with eligible disabilities a tax-free savings option that does not interfere with their eligibility for means-tested government benefits. As discussed in the first article i… Read More
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ABLE Accounts: The Basics

The Achieving a Better Life Experience Act (ABLE Act) was passed by Congress in December of 2014, authorizing the states to establish programs with special financial accounts for individuals with disabilities. The ABLE law refers to these individuals… Read More
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