ABLE National Resource Center

ABLE National Resource Center The ABLE National Resource Center is a collaborative whose supporters share the goal of accelerating the design and availability of ABLE accounts.
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The ABLE National Resource Center (ANRC) is a collaborative that brings together the investment, support and resources of some of the country's largest and most influential national disability organizations in an effort to accelerate the design and availability of ABLE accounts to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities and their families. Founded and managed by National Disability Institute (NDI), the ANRC's goal is to provide consistent, reliable information concerning the benefits of an ABLE account. In addition, the ANRC aims to educate individuals with disabilities and their families, state government and legislatures, financial service companies and financial planners and attorneys - who focus on trust and estate planning - about ABLE’s potential positive impact on the lives of millions of Americans with disabilities.

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Congratulations to @theABLENRC Ambassador Edward Mitchell on receiving the October “Jefferson Award.” The Jefferson Awar...
11/09/2020
Multiplying Good: Edward Mitchell - WBBJ TV

Congratulations to @theABLENRC Ambassador Edward Mitchell on receiving the October “Jefferson Award.” The Jefferson Awards Foundation was created in 1972 by the American Institute for Public Service. The Jefferson Awards are given at both national and local levels; local winners are ordinary people who do extraordinary things without expectation of recognition. We’re so proud of you!

It’s time for Multiplying Good, an award given to people making a positive impact in the community. It’s in partnership with Leaders Credit Union. Edward Mitchell is a local man who has overcame major obstacles, and is helping others do the same. “What I admire most about him is, he’s so inv...

There's still time to register for the webinar: “Increasing ABLE Savings Through Employment During COVID-19,” Thursday, ...
10/27/2020

There's still time to register for the webinar: “Increasing ABLE Savings Through Employment During COVID-19,” Thursday, October 29th from 2:00 - 3:15 p.m. ET. The webinar will review the basic rules for funding an ABLE account from contributions and earned income. In addition, information about ease of access to savings and investments to address COVID-19 expenses will be shared. https://bit.ly/3j1WbH1 #NDEAM

Congratulations to the State of Connecticut for the launch of its ABLE CT program yesterday! ABLE NRC Ambassadors Andrew...
10/16/2020

Congratulations to the State of Connecticut for the launch of its ABLE CT program yesterday! ABLE NRC Ambassadors Andrew Komarow (l) and Jessica Sahlman (r) with Office of Connecticut State Treasurer Shawn Wooden (c) at the event. https://savewithable.com/ct/home.html #ABLECT

Join @theABLENRC webinar: Increasing ABLE Savings Through Employment During COVID-19 on October 29th, 2:00 – 3:15 p.m. E...
10/15/2020

Join @theABLENRC webinar: Increasing ABLE Savings Through Employment During COVID-19 on October 29th, 2:00 – 3:15 p.m. EST. This webinar will review the basic rules for funding an ABLE account from contributions and earned income. Information about ease of access to savings and investments to address COVID-19 expenses will be shared, as well as best practices on integrating ABLE accounts into employment services for customers with disabilities. The webinar will also include how ABLE savings helps people with disabilities to begin and maintain employment and engage in career development to maximize their earnings, use of work supports and savings potential, including savings for retirement. Register at: https://bit.ly/3j1WbH1 #NDEAM2020

The IRS issued final regulations this month spelling out details about how #ABLEaccounts should operate.
10/14/2020
IRS Issues Final Rules For ABLE Accounts

The IRS issued final regulations this month spelling out details about how #ABLEaccounts should operate.

Federal officials are firming up rules for a relatively new type of account that allows people with disabilities to save money without jeopardizing their government benefits.

Listen to the #ABLEtoSave Podcast Series from the @theABLENRC. Hear from leaders in the public and private sectors, as w...
10/09/2020

Listen to the #ABLEtoSave Podcast Series from the @theABLENRC. Hear from leaders in the public and private sectors, as well as from ABLE account holders and their family members, about how ABLE accounts can be an effective savings tool to help improve health, independence, and quality of life for people with disabilities. Have a listen! https://www.ablenrc.org/able-to-save-podcast/

The IRS has posted its final regulations for Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) accounts. Eligible individuals ma...
10/02/2020

The IRS has posted its final regulations for Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) accounts. Eligible individuals may now put more money into their ABLE account and roll money from their qualified tuition programs (529 plans) into their ABLE accounts. Also, certain contributions made to ABLE accounts by low- and moderate-income workers may now qualify for the Saver's Credit. Read more at: https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/irs-issues-final-regulations-for-achieving-a-better-life-experience-accounts

*“This document is in the process of being submitted to the Office of the Federal Register (OFR) for publication and will be pending placement on public display at the OFR and publication in the Federal Register. The version of the final regulations released today may vary slightly from the published document if minor editorial changes are made during the OFR review process. The document published in the Federal Register will be the official document.”

Join @theABLENRC Ambassador Cheryl Walfall-Flagg on Wednesday, September 30th from 5:30-6:30 ET, for her special guest a...
09/28/2020

Join @theABLENRC Ambassador Cheryl Walfall-Flagg on Wednesday, September 30th from 5:30-6:30 ET, for her special guest appearance on the Parents Can We Talk? series. Cheryl will discuss the benefits of ABLE accounts for your loved ones with disabilities. Topics include: what ABLE accounts are, who is eligible and which disability expenses can be paid for with an ABLE account. Register at: https://bit.ly/30in0jL.

ABLE National Resource Center Ambassador Pshon Barrett was recently interviewed for the NPR Podcast: In Legal Terms: ADA...
09/03/2020
In Legal Terms

ABLE National Resource Center Ambassador Pshon Barrett was recently interviewed for the NPR Podcast: In Legal Terms: ADA. In this episode, Pshon discusses the ABLE National Resource Center and the definition of having a disability with respect to the Americans with Disabilities Act. Pshon is a former assistant U.S. Attorney and is now a private attorney with The ADA Group. https://www.npr.org/podcasts/486075600/in-legal-terms

Have you ever wanted to know the definition of a legal term? Do you find yourself wondering what your rights are when it comes to your property, marriage, or health? If you answered yes to one of those questions, In Legal Terms is the show for you. Tune in and learn more about your legal rights and....

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09/02/2020

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Congratulations to the winners of our final #ABLEtoSave Contest who each won a $100 Gift of Independence gift card from ...
09/02/2020

Congratulations to the winners of our final #ABLEtoSave Contest who each won a $100 Gift of Independence gift card from @GiftofCollege for their ABLE account: Ethan from Wyoming, Hannah from West Virginia, Samuel from Indiana, Mallory from Nevada and Tracy from South Carolina.

08/31/2020
Tell us in 25 words or less what you are thankful to be #ABLEtoSave for in your life because of your ABLE account and yo...
08/29/2020

Tell us in 25 words or less what you are thankful to be #ABLEtoSave for in your life because of your ABLE account and you could win a $100 Gift of Independence gift card. Entries must be received by 9:00 p.m. ET Monday, August 31. https://bit.ly/3b6vfUe

An ABLE account owner who saves a portion of their earned income within ABLE may qualify for Saver’s Credit when filing ...
08/28/2020

An ABLE account owner who saves a portion of their earned income within ABLE may qualify for Saver’s Credit when filing their taxes. If the person’s tax filing status is single, how much is the maximum Saver’s Credit the person may qualify for? http://bit.ly/2BXDNzM #ABLEtoSave

ABLE National Resource Center would like to thank Texas ABLE (https://texasable.org) for their sponsorship of Week #4 of...
08/28/2020

ABLE National Resource Center would like to thank Texas ABLE (https://texasable.org) for their sponsorship of Week #4 of #ABLEtoSave Month. We appreciate your support!

The ABLE National Resource Center Employer Flyer explains how an ABLE account can be used to support employees’ ability ...
08/27/2020

The ABLE National Resource Center Employer Flyer explains how an ABLE account can be used to support employees’ ability and increase their productivity, which results in a diverse, valued and productive workforce. https://bit.ly/2G4e3Dx #ABLEtoSave

#ABLEtoSave Podcast E06: Perspective on ABLE from a Working-Age Account Owner and Service Provider – This episode featur...
08/26/2020

#ABLEtoSave Podcast E06: Perspective on ABLE from a Working-Age Account Owner and Service Provider – This episode features Edward Mitchell, a working-age account owner and service provider, as well as an ABLE account owner, who shares his perspective on ABLE accounts. https://bit.ly/3hw0dYv

How much may a Hawaii resident who earns $60,000 / year save in ABLE because of the ABLE to Work Act? Please provide lin...
08/26/2020

How much may a Hawaii resident who earns $60,000 / year save in ABLE because of the ABLE to Work Act? Please provide link to the answer on the @theABLERNC website. Responses must be received by 5:00 p.m. today. Good luck! bit.ly/2BXDNzM #ABLEtoSave

The @theABLENRC Employer Toolkit contains strategies, tools and resources to introduce and explain basic information abo...
08/25/2020

The @theABLENRC Employer Toolkit contains strategies, tools and resources to introduce and explain basic information about ABLE accounts to employees as part of orientation and onboarding and/or as an introduction to an existing workforce. https://www.ablenrc.org/employers/employer-toolkit/ #ABLEtoSave

Congratulations to the winners of last Friday’s #ABLEtoSave Scavenger Hunt: Nicole from Maryland and Alex from Texas!
08/24/2020

Congratulations to the winners of last Friday’s #ABLEtoSave Scavenger Hunt: Nicole from Maryland and Alex from Texas!

Congratulations to the winners of last Wednesday’s #ABLEtoSave Scavenger Hunt: Amanda from Texas and Joseph from Michiga...
08/24/2020

Congratulations to the winners of last Wednesday’s #ABLEtoSave Scavenger Hunt: Amanda from Texas and Joseph from Michigan!

#ABLEtoSave Podcast E05: ABLE Accounts and Employment Success - This episode features an interview with Kathy DeAngelo, ...
08/24/2020

#ABLEtoSave Podcast E05: ABLE Accounts and Employment Success - This episode features an interview with Kathy DeAngelo, a Certified Benefits and Work Incentives Planner for Chenango-Delaware-Otsego (CDO) Workforce in upstate New York. Have a listen! https://bit.ly/3hoSWtq

How can an ABLE account help an employed student, under age 22, who is using the Student Earned Income Exclusion work su...
08/24/2020

How can an ABLE account help an employed student, under age 22, who is using the Student Earned Income Exclusion work support? Please also provide a link to the answer on ABLE National Resource Center website. bit.ly/2BXDNzM Responses are due by 5:00 p.m. ET today. Answer this question correctly and you could win money for your ABLE account. Good luck! #ABLEtoSave

Thank you to our sponsor for Week 3 of #ABLEtoSave Month: The two national ABLE programs administered by Virginia – fina...
08/21/2020

Thank you to our sponsor for Week 3 of #ABLEtoSave Month: The two national ABLE programs administered by Virginia – financial advisor-sold ABLEAmerica® and the direct-sold ABLEnow program. We appreciate your support!

Name three ways that an ABLE account is different from a Special Needs Trust. Provide a link to the answer on the ABLE N...
08/21/2020

Name three ways that an ABLE account is different from a Special Needs Trust. Provide a link to the answer on the ABLE National Resource Center website. All responses need to be in by 5:00 p.m. ET today. bit.ly/2BXDNzM Good luck! #ABLEtoSave

ABLE National Resource Center FAQs cover topics such as ABLE history and background, eligibility, medical criteria, enro...
08/20/2020

ABLE National Resource Center FAQs cover topics such as ABLE history and background, eligibility, medical criteria, enrollment information, qualified disability expenses and more.
https://bit.ly/ablefaqs #ABLEtoSave

#ABLEtoSave Podcast E04: Perspective on ABLE from a Parent and Financial Leader - This episode features an interview wit...
08/19/2020

#ABLEtoSave Podcast E04: Perspective on ABLE from a Parent and Financial Leader - This episode features an interview with Jenny Casselman, parent of an ABLE account owner, as she discusses why she chose to open an ABLE account for her daughter. Jenny is also Vice President of Commercial Operations with Greater Commercial Lending in Nevada. Have a listen! https://bit.ly/3l0Q9sr

Congratulations to the winner of Monday’s #ABLEtoSave Scavenger Hunt: Megan from Texas! And a big thank you to Gift of C...
08/19/2020

Congratulations to the winner of Monday’s #ABLEtoSave Scavenger Hunt: Megan from Texas!

And a big thank you to Gift of College for providing the Gift of Independence gift cards for ABLE accounts.

When an SSI beneficiary has money deposited into their ABLE account from their trust, which disability-related expenses ...
08/19/2020

When an SSI beneficiary has money deposited into their ABLE account from their trust, which disability-related expenses can they use their ABLE account for? Provide link to answer on the ABLE National Resource Center website. https://bit.ly/2BXDNzM Answers must be received by 5:00 p.m. ET today. Good luck!

Protected savings accounts make it possible for individuals to have savings/resource limits greater than $2,000 and stil...
08/18/2020

Protected savings accounts make it possible for individuals to have savings/resource limits greater than $2,000 and still maintain eligibility for benefits such as Medicaid, HUD, SSI and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). ABLE National Resource Center partnered with the Special Needs Alliance to prepare this comparison chart on three options for establishing protected savings accounts: ABLE, Pooled Trust and Special Needs Trust (first and third party). https://bit.ly/3aIFYUQ

#ABLEtoSave Podcast E03: Perspective on ABLE Accounts and TrustsThis episode features an interview with disability right...
08/17/2020

#ABLEtoSave Podcast E03: Perspective on ABLE Accounts and Trusts

This episode features an interview with disability rights advocate and attorney Stephen Dale and Amy Tessler, a parent of a child with an ABLE Account. Amy reveals how she first heard about ABLE accounts, and why she decided to open one for her child. Discover the differences between an ABLE account and a special needs trust. Have a listen! https://bit.ly/3iLGpAv

When a person has a Pooled and Special Needs Trust, what is the total amount the trusts can deposit in the ABLE account ...
08/17/2020

When a person has a Pooled and Special Needs Trust, what is the total amount the trusts can deposit in the ABLE account within a calendar year? Provide a link to the resource on the ABLE National Resource Center website. All answers must be in by 5:00 p.m. ET today. Good luck! https://bit.ly/2BXDNzM

Congratulations to the winners of Friday’s #ABLEtoSave Scavenger Hunt: Emilie from Oregon, Kathy from Indiana and Glenda...
08/17/2020

Congratulations to the winners of Friday’s #ABLEtoSave Scavenger Hunt: Emilie from Oregon, Kathy from Indiana and Glenda from Michigan!

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How can I find someone, who is willing to protect me from committing suicide by allowing me to secretly work under their tax ID, because I cannot change that I am deprived of my own tax ID? As soon as someone secretly allowed me to freelance by hiding under their tax ID, I could start bidding for many online freelance projects, just like this one How can I find someone, who is willing to allow me to work as a freelancer by hiding under his work authorization tax ID, because my family refuses to tell me my tax ID. I would rather prefer to be dead than to remain deprived of the opportunity to prove to Louisiana Rehabilitation Services (LRS) (http://www.laworks.net/WorkforceDev/LRS/LRS_Main.asp), Louisiana Association for the Blind (LAB) (www.LABlind.com) and the rest of our human civilization that it is absolutely impossible for anybody to be "unemployable” because they are wrongly accused of being “too bipolar to drive" or any other discriminating excuse, since no conscious person can ever be completely "unemployable" to begin with. Hence, I was so disappointed that LRS and LAB intentionally wrongly mislabeled me with their intrinsically generally inapplicable “unemployable” concept because unlike all of them, I have earned a PhD in the USA. LRS spent more than $500,000 for my post secondary education from 2001 to 2019. In contrast to me, even the most disabled job seeker, has access to a tax ID. Even those, who are too disabled for taking any action on their own, have access to their tax ID. Hence, even those could charge me a portion (e.g. 10%) of my freelance earning for hiding me under their tax ID anywhere in the world as long as they can be trusted to send me the remaining 90% of my freelance earnings. At least in theory, this suicide alternative approach is the conceptual for gradually establishing economic monopolies because it provides everybody with the possibility to secretly earn while hidden under the tax IDs of others in many different countries, who must never know of one another. This is because anybody, who can secretly manipulate enterprises simultaneously while intentionally promoting the misconception that they compete against one another, must gain a competitive advantage over time compared to everyone refusing to at least consider this counter-intuitive business strategy. This allows for learning by trial and error over time for artificially raising the benefits of free market competitions beyond what is possible under uncontrolled market economic conditions. An example would be that the same group of people owns a cell phone manufacturing enterprises in Iran and in Cuba. Unlike the Cuban enterprise, the Iranian enterprise can apply for government funds similar to our American SBIR (https://www.sbir.gov/) program. Lets imagine that this would allow the Iranians to develop a battery capable of powering its smart phones for 5 consecutive days. Of course the Iranian company analyzes all its competitors including the Cubans, because they cannot suspect that its owners also own the much less technologically advanced Cuban competitor. But if this group of owners secretly steals the 5 day battery technology from its Iranian competitor and give it to its poor Cuban competitor that lacks any kind of R&D department, then the Cubans could compete with a slightly cheaper cell phone battery that lasts only 4 instead of 5 days against its much stronger Iranian competitor. This would alert and confuse the business analysts, not only of the Iranian battery manufacture, because they totally underestimated its Cuban competitor. This would drive the Iranians to intensify their battery life extension research out of fear of the risk to be driven out of business by the Cubans by falsely assuming that the Cubans must have tricked them by disguising their R&D efforts so well that nobody had a chance to suspect them. This – n turn – could cause the Iranian R&D scientists to benefit from the fight or flight response to intensify their battery lifetime extension research. Thus, the Iranians are driven to work harder than they would have, if their owners had not secretly stolen their battery technology to transfer it to the Cubans, just to make the Iranian scientists work harder than they would have, if they would not be owned by the same group of people, who also owns the Cuban battery manufacturing enterprise. Now let’s imagine that the same group of owners decides to invest into establishing fake competitors in China, Russia and North Korea. The North Korean government might be at risk to even secretly support this group of cell phone battery enterprise owners to further explore options for maximizing the commercial benefits of artificially intensified competition beyond what would be possible, if all competitors would make the mistake to honestly compete against each other, as they are supposed to by law. Unfortunately, this ignorance could pose the risk for any American, Canadian, Japanese or European competitor refusing to explore options to raise the benefits of perceived competition far beyond what would be possible if every group of investors would follow American law. This scenario was inspired by the news that the CIA had accused a Chinese cell phone manufacture to be forced by Chinese law to add the features required by the Chinese secret service to monitor all communication of everybody using their cell phones. If the Chinese government is going as far as requiring its enterprises to take the risk for getting banned from the American cell phone market, then they might be interested in experimenting with my strategy aimed at raising the productivity of its enterprises by the same group of owners (e.g. the secret service of the Chinese) to force the employees of all by its secretly controlled, but independently looking, enterprises by altering every possible feature, which might increase the benefits of completion above what is possible with in limitations of our current market economy in North America, Europe and Japan. Since the Chinese economy is growing faster than the American economy and Chinese government spending investment in Research & Development (R&D) are rising every year while the American R&D spending remain the same, the Chinese might be interested in trying it out, because they can actually afford it. My main reason for choosing Iran and Cuba in my example for cell phone battery manufactures was that America does not like those 2 country to draw attention before they have a chance to benefit from the same economic intuition than I did when I was trying to convey this economic risk first to my suicide hotline and on 11/06/2019 to the Trump Administration. Now back to the risk of my financial predicament and the fact that my productive-constructive suicide emotions have benefited me by allowing me to earn a 3.98/4.0 GPA while I was a graduate student at www.ualr.edu and www.uams.edu from 2011 until 2018 because I fight for an “A” in my finals as hard as others could only fight to save their lives since I made the commitment with myself to commit suicide, if I would lose my I-20 because I have failed my finals. I am now in the same predicament. Honestly, I’d much rather commit suicide than returning to Germany because there I was intentionally misdiagnosed as being “incapable to benefit from any kind of education and therapy by my therapist (i.e. Mr. Eulenburg) in the summer of 1994. My subjective impressing is that my suicidal thoughts are benefiting much more than they are hurting me, or else, I would no longer be alive. Even if somebody is too severely disabled to take any action on his own, he can hide me under his tax ID because I cannot access my tax ID. Since I’d rather die than to accept that I cannot defend myself against being intentionally mislabeled as “unemployable”, I will take any opportunity to try to find somebody, who is willing to take the risk to hide me under his tax ID. This is common practice among Chinese and Indian F-1 visa holders anyways. I offer everyone, who is willing to take the risk to give me a chance to survive by hiding me under his tax ID, at least 10% of my earnings as an online freelancer at www.upwork.com, www.guru.com, www.indeed.com, etc. Since I noticed that its already 7 p.m. EST, I take the risk to email to you what have written today without having had the time to proof-read it below. Everything below was automatically translated from Spanish back into English because my browser crashed; thus, causing me to lose my English source text. Even if someone can't help themselves on their own, they could still give me their tax ID. Then you could secretly earn a lot of income illegally with your tax ID. In exchange, I would offer to keep 10% of my earnings as a freelancer for running the risk of violating your government's labor laws. Therefore, everyone, whose vocational rehabilitation case was closed, or even never opened, because any placement agency falsely accused him of being "unemployable" for whatever reason, this job seeker has been unfairly discriminated against. Therefore, all the people who have been suffering psychological suicide triggering trauma induced by any kind of misunderstanding, like me, those victims should be more inclined to protect me from committing suicide while earning a part of my income from freelance. Offering to keep 10% of my earnings as a freelancer is my way of thanking everyone for their kindness of hiding me under their tax ID instead of letting me die. My family refuses to tell me my German tax ID. That is why we should focus on requesting a Mexican tax ID. Therefore, we could save at least 15% if we allowed the Mexican government to tax my income from online independent work projects, like the following, instead of the US government, because in Mexico the income tax is only 16%. Countries like the Sultanate of Oman do not have income and sales taxes because they can sell their oil. Therefore, if we could find someone who has a tax ID to pay their taxes in the Sultanate of Oman, we could keep every penny I earn from my freelance jobs. This simple strategy is my way of defending me against inhumane and unjustifiable discrimination from any kind of incompetent unfair and therefore suicidal competition. Working with someone else's tax IDs is the only option to protect my life from suicide, because I would rather be dead than forced to defensively accept that I must continue to live as an "unemployed person, who is too bipolar to drive." The term "unemployable" is an oxymoron in itself. Therefore, no job placement agency should refer to anyone as "unemployable"! Consequently, if the incompetent authorities fail to deprive me of all my suicidal alternatives, although they still can, I must eventually retaliate against them by defeating all governments simultaneously because if I continue to fail to commit suicide, I will be forced to discover a forbidden secret, a way to earn a living despite being unfairly deprived of accessing my own tax ID with the means to defend myself at this crucial point in my life. Therefore, access to jobs should always be given to anyone, who subjectively feels they need it to want to stay alive instead of anyone else. Consequently, I have no choice but to logically conclude that jobs and work permits belong to anyone, who subjectively feels that he cannot go on living without them, rather than anyone else, including any government of any nation on this planet! This is the undeniable legitimate reason, which continues to drive me to eventually succeed in my anarchist revolution, or to commit suicide as soon as I realize that I have irreversibly failed. ==================================== On Thu, Dec 28, 2017 at 12:44 PM Czarina de los Reyes wrote: Hello, I'm Czar from the Upwork Talent Solutions Team. Upwork Talent Solutions recently contacted you about an opportunity to work on a simple, but engaging project that promises flexible work and compensation based on your work output. We didn’t receive an answer from you, so I wanted to reach out to you here. This is the job posting we invited you to: https://www.upwork.com/jobs/~018517981cf0a85781 The only requirement for the job is the ability to write in German. You don’t need to be a professional writer to excel at this work! Please review the job posting for more information. If you are interested in getting paid for easy, ongoing work, please submit a proposal on Upwork to start the interview process. Thank you for your time. -- Czarina de los Reyes-Guevara | Talent Services Team Lead Upwork | www.upwork.com