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<<<The UGMA money is already your son's, so you are not making a contribution and there is no deduction for you.>>>

"True - but the UGMA money can pay for Junior's summer camp (and other items), instead of mom and dad - and mom and dad can instead use their money to make a contribution to the 529.
(Assuming that you're not reaching max 529 contribution amount already)"


In that scenario the UGMA money is not tranferred to the 529, right?

"I would guess a lot of people with teenagers could find $4k of expenses that are "for the use and benefit of the minor" "

And that are not expenses that parents are rwequired to pay.

I am not near my regular computers, and you probably should elaborate for the OP.

Regards, JAFO
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