ESA

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ESA

abbreviation for EURATOM SUPPLY AGENCY.
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As originally written, Senate Bill 193 would have created an education savings account program--known as ESAs--allowing nearly any family to take the state aid their local school district would have received to educate their child--a base amount a little over $3,000--and instead spend it on private schooling expenses.
Dan Patrick very much wants: education savings accounts, which are state subsidies for parents who want to send their children with disabilities to private schools or need money for services to educate them at home.
2015); Jason Bedrick, Nevada Enacts First Nearly Universal Education Savings Account, CATO INST.
In Arizona, beginning next fall [fall 2014], these education savings accounts grants will be worth about $6500 per child.
Contributions to an Education Savings Account are not tax deductible, but will be treated as completed present interest gifts from the contributor to the beneficiary at the time of the contribution.
* Is an "Education IRA" the same thing as a "Cordell Education Savings Account? Q 1412
Coverdell Education Savings Account. A Coverdell Education Savings Account (originally called an "Education IRA") may be created for the purpose of paying the qualified education expenses of a designated beneficiary.
For example, if the assets held in an Education Savings Account (ESA) are not used for educational purposes, any distributions become fully taxable and subject to a 10% penalty.
As with the previous America's Choice: High Skills or Low Wages!, they provide recommendations on standards and assessments for "high performance" schools, but also discuss such proposals as education savings account and literacy programs for the adult workforce.
You can set aside educational funds for children or grandchildren, such as a 529 Plan or Coverdell Education Savings Account, or assist with the payment of their health expenses.
The Coverdell Education Savings Account (formerly known as the Education IRA) is another tax-deferred (and potentially tax-free) account and can generally be distributed tax-free if all funds are used for approved education expenses.

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