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Summary

The Massachusetts U.Plan, not a true 529 plan, issues Massachusetts general obligation bonds (federal and MA state tax-free) which will be accepted at participating Massachusetts institutions in payment of tuition.

Program Details
  • Summary: The Massachusetts U.Plan, not a true 529 plan, issues Massachusetts general obligation bonds (federal and MA state tax-free) which will be accepted at participating Massachusetts institutions in payment of tuition.
  • Program type: Prepaid contract
  • Enrollment period: Typically May and June each year.
  • State residency requirements: None
  • Contract prices: Ranges from a minimum of $300 to as much as the cost of four years of tuition at the highest-cost participating institution.
  • Are program benefits backed by the full faith and credit of the state? Yes
  • Are program benefits collateralized or guaranteed in any other way? No
  • State tax deduction or credit for contributions: None.
  • Web site: Click here to visit
  • Telephone: 1-800-449-6332
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