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Voters living in Senate District 41 will go to the polls on Tuesday, January 26, 2021 to select a new state senator.  We wanted to make sure those... Read More...
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12.18.20
Each legislator serves on several committees - standing committees that deal with policy issues in a certain area, and budget (appropriations)... Read More...
Revenues Holding Steady, State Economy Looking Good
12.11.20
Every year we talk about the way Iowa budgets.  It all starts with the law that only allows the state to spend 99% of the money it collects each... Read More...


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ABLE CONTRIBUTIONS INCREASED

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Iowans with ABLE savings accounts will be able to save more next year. The total annual contribution limit to an ABLE account will be increased from $14,000 per tax year to $15,000 per tax year beginning in 2018.  That means Iowans with ABLE accounts can save an extra $1,000 a year without losing other benefits.

The Stephen Beck Jr. Achieving a Better Life Experience (“ABLE”) Act tied annual contribution limits to the federal tax code, which is changed periodically for inflation.  For more information about ABLE accounts, please visit the ABLE National Resource Center at www.ablenrc.org or Iowa's ABLE website at www.iable.gov.