Question: Why doesn’t California have an in-state tax benefit for 529 contributions like other states?
Who do we need to call to get California to have the same in-state tax deduction for contribution as many other states?
Answer: I believe the treasure’s office is ultimately in charge of the 529. Try going on-line at the CA state web page and look for information on the scholarshare investment board. You also might want to contact Fidelity who is running the program currently. They may be able to tell you who to call or write. They’d probably love to see a tax deduction as it would encourage more people to invest in the program.
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