Giving people with disabilities more independence and financial security.

The West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office administers WVABLE, a program designed to give people with disabilities more independence and financial security.

WVABLE is made possible by the Achieving a Better Life Experience in West Virginia Act, also known as the West Virginia ABLE Act. The program allows individuals with disabilities the ability to save and invest up to $16,000 per year without losing eligibility for public benefit programs such as Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Individuals who developed a disability before the age of 26 may be eligible to open an account.

To learn more, click to visit WVABLE.com


For WVABLE questions!

If you have WVABLE program questions, please contact us at WVABLE@wvsto.com or 304-340-5050.

Follow the WVABLE Facebook page to learn more about the program and for upcoming events open to the public.


Sign up for WVABLE E-Newsletters

Upcoming WVABLE Webinars:

  • WVABLE: Helping individuals with a disability save for today and invest for tomorrow
    • Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 12:00 pm

Click here for webinar descriptions and instructions for reserving your spot.

The Treasury does not collect state taxes. Visit the The West Virginia State Tax Department for assistance.

West Virginia State Treasurer's Office
1900 Kanawha Boulevard
Capitol Complex Building #1, Room E-145
Charleston, West Virginia 25305
304-558-5000 Toll Free: 800-422-7498
Hours: 8am-5pm (ET)

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