<<<In 1998 I bought $20,000 Ct St. college savings tax free zero coupon bonds that are due in 2006. I paid $5400 & they are valued at $16,000. What do I need to do about reporting them if they are cashed now for college tuition or anything else for that matter?>>>I also own several of the State of CT education bonds. acm4tax is missing the fact that they are double-tax free, (state and federal), bonds. You do not need to report them because they are not taxable income. I suppose you would need to report it on your FAFSA, however I don't see why the IRS should care.Catherine
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