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Tax Benefit for Oregon College Savings Plan Changes

 

2019 is the final year that a contribution to an Oregon College Savings Plan (529) account will qualify for a subtraction for Oregon income tax.  While in prior years you had until the due date of your tax return to make a 529 contribution, to qualify for a 2019 subtraction your contributions must be made by December 31, 2019.  The contribution limit for 2019 is $2,435 ($4,865 if married filing a joint return). Contributions made in 2019 and prior years can still be carried forward for up to four years. 

Effective January 1, 2020, the tax benefit changes to an Oregon tax credit that depends on your filing status and adjusted gross income.  The credit is the lesser of $300 for married filing jointly ($150 for all other filing statuses), or:

(a) the amount contributed, if the taxpayer's AGI does not exceed $30,000;

(b) 50% of the amount contributed, if the taxpayer's AGI exceeds $30,000 but does not exceed $70,000;

(c) 25% of the amount contributed, if the taxpayer's AGI exceeds $70,000 but does not exceed $100,000;

(d) 10% of the amount contributed, if the taxpayer's AGI exceeds $100,000 but does not exceed $250,000; or

(e) 5% of the amount contributed, if the taxpayer's AGI exceeds $250,000.

 
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