Giving those with disabilities the ability to save.
New INvestABLE Indiana helps individuals save, while preserving their SSI and Medicaid.
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Following the passage of Indiana's ABLE authorizing legislation in 2016, the Indiana Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Authority approved and implemented the state’s qualified ABLE program, INvestABLE Indiana. ABLE accounts, also known as 529A accounts, allow for individuals with disabilities to save for their future and pay for disability related expenses without jeopardizing access to public benefits. The intent of these accounts is to ease financial burdens on individuals with disabilities to allow for tax-free savings to cover qualified expenses including, but not limited to, education, transportation, housing and medical needs.
New Request for Proposal for Audit Services
The purpose of this Request for Proposal (“RFP”) is to invite auditing firms to submit information which outlines their ability to serve as auditors for the Indiana ABLE Authority. The auditing firm selected will be requested to provide the customary services of Auditors. This RFP is only a request for proposal for potential services. The ABLE Authority creates no obligation, expressed or implied, by issuing this RFP or by receipt of any proposals submitted pursuant hereto. The award of any contract as a result of this RFP shall be at the sole discretion of the ABLE Authority. Neither this RFP nor any proposal submitted in response hereto is to be construed as a legal offer.
The Indiana Bond Bank, Indiana Education Savings Authority, and the Indiana Board for Depositories are releasing RFPs on the same timeline. You may make a bid to provide audit services to the ABLE Authority alone or to all or any combination of these entities. Any bid made on this RFP must include a bid for the ABLE Authority.
Proposals must be received at the above location no later than the end of business, 4:30 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time), on Wednesday, May 9, 2018.