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  • Is a rollover from an out‐of‐state qualified 529 plan into another qualifying Alabama 529 plan by an individual that files a joint Alabama State income tax return eligible for an Alabama State income tax deduction of up to a $5,000 or $10,000?

Is a rollover from an out‐of‐state qualified 529 plan into another qualifying Alabama 529 plan by an individual that files a joint Alabama State income tax return eligible for an Alabama State income tax deduction of up to a $5,000 or $10,000?

An Alabama taxpayer filing jointly is eligible for an Alabama State income tax deduction of up to $10,000 for rollover contributions to the Alabama College Counts 529 Fund.

Related FAQs in 529 Savings Plan, Income Tax

The postmark date will be accepted as the date of the contribution, as long as it is on or before December 31st. The contribution does not have to be received by the plan on or before December 31st.

Yes, once the withdrawal is made, it would be taxable on your Alabama income tax return.

No, the money is not taxable as long as the money is used to pay for higher education expenses.

No deduction would be allowed on your Alabama income tax return, and the income would be reported once it is withdrawn or distributed from that other state’s plan.