Trying to determine if I will get tax deductible from rollover the funds from Texas College Savings Plan to Oregon College Savings Plan. Texas has no state income tax so I was unable to get tax deductible from my contributions in the past. I relocated to Oregon this year. I would assume I can rollover then claim up to individual amount this year, next year and so forth.
OR will not tax you on that money either, because that money was not earned in OR.
There is no federal deduction for rollovers or even contributions to a 529 plan.
Oregon does allow a deduction on the state return for a contribution to the state 529. Oregon law is unclear as to whether rollovers into the plan qualify for the deduction. Since you are rolling over from a plan where you did not previously take a state deduction, I would claim a deduction for the rollover.
Contributions to an Oregon 529 plan of up to $2,310 (for 2016) by an individual, and up to $4,620 by a married couple filing jointly, are deductible in computing Oregon taxable income, with a four-year carry forward of excess contributions. The limits are adjusted each year for inflation.
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