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I'm hearing different things. But are there no state taxes on 529 plans when qualified withdrawls begin for college? I know there's no Federal taxes but...

I thought it depended on the state but Vanguard is telling me something different - that there's no state taxes anywhere in the US for withdrawls, is that correct? Anyone?

Much Thanks,

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