Breaking Down Barriers with Attainable

Three important changes have been made to Attainable: the elimination of the previously required $50 minimum balance to open an Attainable account, the cancellation of the $30 annual account fee, and the removal of the wire transfer fee for moving funds out of an Attainable account Read More

Getting to Know College Disability Offices

These resources and accommodations will help you succeed in college, including registering with the Disability Office, talking to your professors, surveying your surroundings, and taking care of your mental health.  Read More

Celebrating the Attainable Savings Plan<sup>SM</sup>

Over the past year, our interactions at Attainable events have included a Vietnamese parent support group at the Federation for Children with Special Needs (FCSN) seminar and an older brother of a boy with Down syndrome at the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress (MDSC) conference. Read More

New Changes to ABLE Programs for 2018

There’s now a higher annual contribution, a rollover provision, a tax credit, and the ability to earn extra income. Read More

Have you heard of the Attainable Savings Plan<sup>SM</sup>?

The idea for the ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience) Act, enacted in late 2014, first began with a group of parents of Down syndrome children sitting around a kitchen… Read More

Making an impact with Attainable, the ABLE Savings Plan

In May of this year, we launched with excitement the Attainable Savings PlanSM, a program that allows individuals with disabilities to save for expenses related to their health and independence…. Read More

It’s here: Attainable, the ABLE Savings Plan

Back in July we announced our excitement about our new role as state sponsor of the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) account program for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. And… Read More


Saving for College: MEFA Can Help Families Keep that Resolution

Contact: Lisa Rooney Public Relations Manager (617) 224-4838 BOSTON – When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, an estimated 80 percent of individuals fail to keep them by February….

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