Can Creditors Invade Qualified College Savings Plans?

Kwall, Jeffrey L.
March 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;Mar2001, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p124
Academic Journal
Although the attractive tax and control features of qualified college savings plans have received much attention, surprisingly little light has been shed on whether the contributor's creditors can invade these plans. The author explores the risks to which college savings plans are exposed and surveys the level of protection offered by each state.


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