Conveniently Gift Online with the GoTuition® gifting portal by asking the Maryland College Investment Plan Account Holder to send you a link to the gift recipient’s profile. The gift submittal process is simple and easy to follow.
Download a Gifting Form below, get the necessary information for sections 1-3 from the Account Holder, and mail the completed slip along with your gift contribution to the address indicated on the slip to contribute to an existing Maryland College Investment Plan or Maryland Prepaid College Trust Account.
Did you know making a gift to a Maryland 529 Account offers a unique Maryland State income deduction benefit?
Maryland taxpayers can claim up to a $2,500 annual deduction from their State income for contributions into a Maryland 529 Account, even if it’s not their own. Learn more.
Another Gifting Option to consider is to Open an Account for the gift recipient. Learn More about our plans.
It takes a village to send a child to college. Enroll in the GoTuition® gifting portal today. This free, online tool makes it easy for you to ask friends and family to contribute to your child’s College Investment Plan Account in lieu of gifts for traditional celebrations like graduations, holidays, and birthdays. It’s convenient and rewarding for gift givers too – giving them an opportunity to give a gift that will last a lifetime: the gift of education.
The GoTuition gifting portal lets you:
Have questions about the GoTuition gifting portal? Click here to learn all the facts.
Make it easy for friends and family to contribute to your Beneficiary’s Maryland Prepaid College Trust Account. Download a Prepaid College Trust Contribution Gift Slip complete sections 1-3, and mail the completed slip along with your gift contribution to the address indicated on the slip.
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The Maryland Senator Edward J. Kasemeyer Prepaid College Trust and Maryland Senator Edward J. Kasemeyer College Investment Plan Disclosure Statements provide investment objectives, risks, expenses and costs, Fees, and other information you should consider carefully before investing. If you or your Beneficiary live outside of Maryland, you should compare Maryland 529 to any college savings program offered by your home state or your Beneficiary's home state, which may offer state tax or other state benefits such as financial aid, scholarship funds, and protection from creditors that are only available for investments in such state's 529 plan. Previously, the combined Prepaid College Trust and College Investment Plan Disclosure Statements and the Highlights Brochure were collectively referred to as the "Enrollment Kit." These individual Plan Disclosure Statements replace the Enrollment Kit as the offering materials for each plan as of 12/1/2021.
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