Can I make direct deposits into an ABLE account?

Yes, monthly transfers are a great way to help an ABLE account grow and reach your yearly goal. Direct deposits, also known as monthly transfers, are automatic contributions that you can set up in just a few steps directly from your account. Look for the “Transfers” button once you’re signed in and follow the set up for Monthly Transfers.
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How do I add multiple bank accounts?

Once you’re logged into your ABLE account, find your “Accounts” section in Your Profile and click on “Add a new bank account.” Follow the steps to connect a new bank account associated with either the beneficiary of the ABLE account or the Authorized Legal Representative’s name. Keep in mind that you won’t be able to withdraw money from a new bank added within 30 days so that we can verify the information you gave ...
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How do I manage different bank accounts with multiple beneficiaries?

You have plenty of options when it comes to managing multiple banks and/or beneficiaries. If you’re an ALR of more than one account, you can use the same banking information on multiple ABLE accounts as long as you own or are the Authorized Legal Representative on those ABLE accounts. Otherwise, each beneficiary can use one or more bank accounts that’s either in their or the ALR’s name.
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How do I change my address?

If you’re the beneficiary of an account, or an Authorized Legal Representative, you can update your address directly from your profile, accessible through the dashboard. As an ALR, you can manage a beneficiary’s address (where all statements and communications are sent if you select to receive them by snail mail), by editing the account information in the account details. When you update an ABLE account’s address, there’s a 30-day hold ...
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How does gifting work?

To help friends and family grow a loved one’s ABLE account, we created a special Gifting Form to facilitate the process. Fill out the information about the beneficiary and their ABLE account, and include a check of at least $10 made payable to the ABLE for ALL Savings Plan with the amount you want to gift. The money will go directly into their ABLE account, without affecting their benefits. Then, mail the check and the top part of the ...
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How do transfers work?

The next time you make a contribution or a withdrawal, the money will be distributed to help you reach your original target allocation.Let’s say your target allocation is 70% invested and 30% in cash. If you contribute $100 to start off the account, $70 will be invested. Overtime, that investment could grow to be $80. Now, your total balance is $110 and your allocations are 72% invested and 28% in cash, because an investment can ...
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