529 Plan qualified expenses

A 529 plan only covers expenses that are related to post-secondary education (see below for using a 529 plan for elementary education). However, there are rules. Most qualified expenses cannot exceed the cost estimates made by the school that the 529 beneficiary will be attending. Qualified expenses typically include tuition, room and board, technology items (i.e. laptop, printer, internet service, necessary software or apps, etc.), books and supplies, and student loan repayment—Read more at The College Investor. Farrington, Robert. “What Are Qualified Expenses For A 529 Plan (And What Doesn’t Count)?” 21 February 2020