State Tax Deduction Calculator

One of the many important factors to consider when selecting a 529 plan is whether your home state offers a tax deduction or credit for contributions made to the in-state plan. Our 529 State Tax Deduction Calculator helps you estimate the value of your state's tax deduction or credit over your investment horizon, which allows you to assess the relative importance of this factor in choosing a 529 college savings plan.

Use the Calculator to compare investments in an in-state 529 plan with a tax deduction or credit to that of an out-of-state plan where the deduction or credit is not available. This illustrates the impact of a potential tax benefit relative to potential plan performance.

Planned Contribution This Year*:    $
Subsequent Annual Contributions*:    $
  * This calculator does not take federal gift tax
     exclusions into account.
Years Until College:      
State of Residence:      
Filing Status:    Married/Joint   Single  
Taxable Income:    $
Estimated Annual Rate of Return:        %
First State:      
Second State:      
  * Denotes states allowing deductible or creditable
     in-state plan contributions for state residents
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IMPORTANT: The projections or other information generated by this calculator regarding the likelihood of various investment outcomes are hypothetical in nature, do not reflect actual investment results and are not guarantees of future results. These calculations assume a hypothetical fixed average rate of return that is for illustrative purposes and is not intended to depict or predict the performance of any specific investment for any period of time. The calculation does not account for changes in capital value, but does include potential tax obligations as noted. These calculations are not recommendations, for which an investment professional should be consulted. Results may vary with each use and over time.