Minnesota College Savings Plan

Don’t Miss the Tax Deadline—Make Your Contribution Online

You may be eligible to deduct up to $1,500 ($3,000 for married couples filing jointly) or for a non-refundable tax credit equal to 50% of the contributions with a maximum credit amount of up to $500 by contributing to the Minnesota College Savings Plan before December 31st.* Contribution checks must be received by December 29th to meet the tax deadline. Contributions made Online or via the Phone prior to 3:00 p.m. (CT) on December 29th will also count towards the 2017 tax year.


*Please read the Disclosure Booklet for full details on the state tax deduction guidelines.


Getting Started is Easy...

step1

Learn About the Plan

Find out about the plan benefits, how it works, the tax advantages, and how the funds can be used.

step2

Research Investments

Choose investment options that fit your life-stage and goals, including age-based options.

step3

Open an Account

Open your Minnesota College Savings Plan account today and start out on the path to saving for college.

Get more information on the Minnesota College Savings Plan sent directly to your email

A Plan for Everyone

Parents

Get real answers to your concerns about saving for college.

Grandparents, Family & Friends

There are a few simple steps you can take to help plan for your loved one’s future.

Students

There are so many ways the Minnesota College Savings Plan can help you reach your college dreams.

Employers & Financial Professionals

Helping your employees and clients save for college helps you too.

The Buzz

Sep
06

The Minnesota College Savings Plan has always offered savers tax-free growth on any account earnings. Now, there are additional tax benefits available for Minnesota...Read More

Nov
02

For many families it’s not uncommon to use both college savings and financial aid to pay for higher education. However, even if you started saving the...Read More

Sep
28

September 1st kicked off College Savings Month — a time to assess your savings goal progress. As college costs continue to rise, more students are relying...Read More

Jun
24

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May
19

When it comes to choosing a 529 college savings plans, parents have a lot of options. While it’s great to have a lot of choices, it can also be a little...Read More

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Schedule an appointment with one of our experts to discuss your college savings questions.

We’re Listening

Your feedback matters. Tell us what you think about the Minnesota College Savings Plan. It will only take 5 minutes.

Schedule an Appointment

Schedule an appointment with one of our experts to discuss your college savings questions.