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The Office of the State Treasurer is open and operating during the state of emergency. State Treasurer Lynne Riley encourages everyone to utilize online services available through the website. If additional help is required, please call 404.656.2168.
Georgia State Treasurer Lynne Riley and Path2College 529 Plan Executive Director Mitch Seabaugh explain why there is no time like the present to open a Path2College 529 account and start investing in your loved one's future.
The first "Tax Day Baby" born at The Medical Center, Navicent Health, receives a contribution to his Path2College 529 Plan.
The Office of the State Treasurer is open and operating during the state of emergency. State Treasurer Lynne Riley encourages everyone to utilize online services available through the website. If additional help is required, please call (404) 656.2168 for prompt assistance.
(Recorded) LIVE EVENT: National Deputy Director of STABLE Accounts, Doug Jackson, will lead this training to further equip participants to educate and assist those with disabilities and their families and caretakers regarding the great savings resource known as Georgia STABLE.
Georgia families break records with college savings contributions in December 2019.
STABLE Accounts are made possible by the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act that allows individuals with disabilities the ability to save and invest up to $15,000 per year without losing government benefits such as Medicaid or SSI.
To learn more about Georgia STABLE, view our promo and visit GeorgiaStable.com.
In accordance with Senate Bill 157 (2019), the State Depository Board adopted the State Depository Board Deposit Placement Program Policy on September 16, 2019.
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Approved by the State Depository Board - May 30, 2018
Amended May 30, 2018