GET | Guaranteed Education Tuition
Funds invested in an UGMA or UTMA account (Uniform Gift to Minors Act/Uniform Transfer to Minors Act) belong to the minor. The custodian has a legal obligation to use the funds solely for the benefit of the minor. To maintain the proper ownership of these funds, a GET account must name the minor as both the account owner and the student beneficiary. You also will need to name a custodian or trustee to manage the account on the minor's behalf.
NextGen College Investing Plan under Section 529
If you have established a custodial account for a child under the Uniform Gift/Transfer to Minors Act (UGMA/UTMA), you may be eligible to liquidate those assets and deposit the proceeds into a NextGen Account. Certain restrictions may apply. See the Program Description in the Enrollment Kit for more complete information. You may be able to roll over assets from another qualified tuition program or an Education IRA to a NextGen Account.
Frequently Asked Questions
The minor on whose behalf the account has been established is the owner of the account. However, until the minor reaches the age of account termination under applicable state laws and in accordance with the Uniform Gifts to Minors Act (UGMA) or Uniform Transfers to Minors Act (UTMA), there must be a custodian listed on the account. If the minor dies prior to reaching the age of account termination, the account is included in the minor's estate.
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Yes. However, there are tax and legal consequences that you should consider. The sale of assets in the UGMA/UTMA may be considered a taxable event. You should consult your tax/legal advisor concerning any consequences of withdrawing the funds from their existing investment. In addition, the beneficiary of the UGMA/UTMA must be the beneficiary of the 529 account and cannot be changed. The account will continue to be governed by UGMA/UTMA laws.
Frequently Asked Questions About 529 Plans
Yes. An UGMA/UTMA account can be liquidated, which would be a taxable event, and the money placed into a 529 account. The custodian on an UGMA/UTMA account has the obligation to use the assets for the benefit of the child. The custodian responsibilities for those assets would still apply.
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You can redeem assets from an UGMA/UTMA (Uniform Gift to Minors Act/Uniform Transfers to Minors Act) account, but you may be liable for income taxes on any gains upon redemption. Once the UGMA/UTMA proceeds are used to contribute to a 529 plan, the minor of the UGMA/UTMA must be named both the Account Holder and the Beneficiary of the 529 Account and cannot be changed. For more information, please consult your financial consultant.
Many (but not all) 529 plans accept funds coming from an existing UTMA or UGMA. However, because these funds belong to the minor under a custodial arrangement, any withdrawals from the UTMA/529 account must be for the benefit of that minor only. Program rules and state laws will generally prevent you from making any beneficiary changes to the UTMA/529 account, and the minor will assume direct ownership of the account when the custodianship terminates at the age of majority.
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Most 529 plans allow such a transfer, but there are a few special rules. Money you put into the kids' custodial accounts was an irrevocable gift, and moving it to a 529 account doesn't change that fact. The money can never be shifted to another beneficiary, for example, and your children will control it when they reach the age of majority, either 18 or 21, depending on state law.
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The ShareBuilder Custodial Account is an investment account created for the benefit of a minor. Custodial accounts are opened under the Uniform Transfer to Minors Act (UTMA), or the Uniform Gift to Minors Act (UGMA) of your respective state. The minor is the owner of the account and its assets. However, a custodian must manage the account until the minor reaches the age of distribution in accordance with the laws of the state under which the account was established.
Prime Value Asset Management
Yes. Our external custodian is Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited. We have engaged them to perform certain custodial services as outlined on page 31 of our PDS.
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A UGMA account, or in some states, a Uniform Transfer to Minors Act (UTMA) account, is a custodial account which allows parents to irrevocably give assets to a child for tax benefits and still maintain control of the assets while the child is young. The child does get full control when he or she reaches the age of majority (ages 18-21 depending on the state). It is an inexpensive and simple alternative to a trust.
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GET | Guaranteed Education Tuition
You decide how many units you want to buy, from a minimum of one unit to a maximum of 500 units per child. You can use up to 125 units each academic year. One hundred units are guaranteed by the state to cover one year of resident undergraduate tuition and state-mandated fees at the most expensive Washington public university, either the University of Washington or Washington State University.