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What happens if I reach the maximum contribution amount on my 529 account?

The maximum contribution limit across accounts in all Nevada-sponsored 529 plans for a single beneficiary is $370,000. Although you cannot make further contributions to your account once combined account value reaches that limit, your account value can continue to grow due to investment appreciation over time. You may add subsequent contributions if the combined value of all Nevada-sponsored 529 accounts for a given beneficiary falls below the $370,000 limit.

 

 

 

 

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