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ABLE: Myths vs. Facts


Thursday, June 20, 2019
2:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. EST


Cost: Free


Format: Webinar


Where: Online/Web-based


Sponsored By:

ABLE National Resource Center

Description:

Millions of individuals with disabilities live in poverty and depend on a variety of means-tested public benefits for income, healthcare, food and housing assistance. Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) accounts, which stem from the passing of the ABLE Act in December 2014, largely do not affect most federally-funded, means-tested benefits.

Some individuals with disabilities and their families may be reluctant to open an ABLE account for fear of losing public benefits, and there are many myths surrounding this and other ABLE account topics. The purpose of this webinar is to dispel these myths!

This webinar will address:

  • Myths vs. facts surrounding ABLE account eligibility, enrollment and contributions
  • Myths vs. facts on how an ABLE account affects public benefits
  • Facts on how tools, such as Special Needs Trusts and 529 rollovers, may be used

This webinar will be moderated by Miranda Kennedy, Director, ABLE National Resource Center (ABLE NRC).

In order to prepare for the webinar, we recommend that you review the following materials:



Registration:

Deadline to Register - June 19, 2019

To register, go to http://ablenrc.org/events/able-myths-vs-facts

Real time captioning will be provided for this webinar. For other accommodation requests, questions about the webinar, or the registration process, please contact us at info@ablenrc.org

Contact For More Information:


ABLE National Resource Center
Phone: 202-683-6094 (voice)
Email: info@ablenrc.org
Web: ABLE National Resource Center
(http://ablenrc.org/events/able-myths-vs-facts)


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