McNees Insights -- Summer 2012

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In This Issue:

Planning For College – 529 Accounts; Estate Planning - IRS Issues Temporary Portability Regulations; and Filial Support and Mr. Pittas.

Excerpt from Planning For College – 529 Accounts

If you have a child (or a grandchild) who is going to attend college in the future, you have probably heard about qualified tuition programs, also known as 529 plans (for the Internal Revenue Code section that provides for them), which allow prepayment of higher education costs on a tax-favored basis.

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