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ABLE Accounts Allow People with Disabilities to Save Without Losing Benefits

06:55 EDT 8 Aug 2017 | 3blmedia - Health

SOURCE: Keystone Human Services

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On August 3, Keystone Human Services hosted a roundtable discussion with PA Treasurer Joe Torsella, individuals with disabilities, and their families to discuss the PA ABLE Savings Program and how it gives people with disabilities the opportunity to save for their future.

Original article written by Rachel McDevitt on witf 

(Harrisburg) -- The state Treasurer is promoting a unique savings account for people with disabilities.

The Treasury launched the PA ABLE program earlier this year. It allows people with disabilities and their familes to save for medical care as well as things to improve their quality of life, such as a service dog, education, or travel.

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Contact Info:

Heidi Havens
Pennsylvania Treasury Department
+1 (717) 787-2991
hhavens@patreasury.gov

Melissa Kreidler
Keystone Human Services
+1 (717) 232-7509
mkreidler@keystonehumanservices.org

KEYWORDS: Sustainable Finance & Socially Responsible Investment, Diversity & Inclusion, PA Able Savings Program, PA Treasury, Joe Torsella, Keystone Human Services, Disabilities, financial independence

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