Coverdell Education Savings
Give your child a head start
Invest in assets your way to help pay for education expenses.
2 Great Self-Directed Solutions
- Contribute Up to $2,000 Per Beneficiary
Income must be $110,000 or less for individuals or $220,000 or less for couples filing jointly. Corporations and trusts may contribute without income restrictions.
- Take Tax-Free Distributions
Distributions are not taxed if they are less than the cost of qualified education expenses.
- Self-Direct Your ESA
With checkbook control, invest in alternative assets without a custodian.
- Get Educational Expenses Covered
May include tuition, fees, books and other supplies, tutoring services, internet access, and much more.
The Coverdell ESA
An ESA is a federally sponsored, tax-advantaged trust or custodial account set up to pay for qualified education expenses.
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We open your self-directed bank account, handle all IRS reporting, and offer annual IRS compliance services.
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Download our info kit for more in-depth reading about the Coverdell ESA
Robust, easy to read, and updated for 2020. This guide is your one-stop shop for all the most important questions about the Coverdell ESA.