The Oregon ABLE Savings Plan is a financial empowerment tool that allows individuals with disabilities and their families to save money for disability-related expenses.
Before ABLE, individuals with disabilities were disqualified for some critical state and federal benefits if they had more than $2,000. That will no longer happen if they keep their money in an ABLE account.
March 17, 2017
Nov. 18, 2016
Oregonians with disabilities will be able to save money without fear of losing their vital state and federal benefits starting Dec. 6. The Oregon ABLE Savings Plan is a financial empowerment tool that will allow individuals with disabilities and their families to save money for disability related expenses. Using an ABLE account, they can save for their daily needs or invest money for tomorrow.
July 25, 2016
After selecting BNY Mellon as the program manager for the Oregon ABLE Savings Plan, the Oregon 529 Savings Board announced Monday that the program will launch by the end of 2016.
For a list of frequently asked questions regarding ABLE, click here.
Oregon ABLE Savings Plan launch events will take place throughout the state during December.
For press releases about ABLE, click here.
List of partners
The Oregon ABLE Savings Plan would not exist without the invaluable advice from our working group members, including:
To download a copy of the Oregon ABLE Savings Plan logo, click on the image below.