529 Plans can be used to help pay the costs of qualified higher education expenses at colleges nationwide.
What does QHEE stand for?
QHEE stands for Qualified Higher Education Expense
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IRC section 529 qualified tuition programs (QTPs) provide a tax-favored way to invest for qualified higher education expenses (QHEEs).
Qualified higher education expenses include tuition, fees, books, supplies and equipment.
This law allows for investments in "529 Qualified Tuition Plans" (QTPs) to grow 100-percent federally tax-free, and often state tax-free, provided that the funds are used for Qualified Higher Education Expenses.
However, for tax years beginning after December 31,2001, distributions from state plans used for qualified higher education expenses are excluded from gross income.