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ESA

abbreviation for
1. (Environmental Science) Environmentally Sensitive Area: an area that contains a natural feature, such as the habitat of a rare species, and which is protected by government regulations
2. (Astronautics) European Space Agency
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ESA

European Space Agency.
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ESA

N ABBR =European Space AgencyAEE f
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ESA

[ˌiːɛsˈeɪ] n abbr =European Space AgencyA.S.E. f =Agenzia spaziale europea
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C--Earnings on Coverdell Education Savings Account are not tax-free if used for same expenses as American Opportunity and Lifetime Learning Credits.
In addition to the traditional savings techniques discussed above, Congress has recently introduced tax incentives to promote education savings, including prepaid tuition and education investment plans commonly referred to as 529 Plans (after Section 529 of the Internal Revenue Code which governs them), Coverdell Education Savings Accounts (formerly called Education IRAs), Hope Scholarships, and Lifetime Learning Credits.
Coverdell Education Savings Accounts (ESAs), formerly educational IRAs, are another savings vehicle with increased flexibility although age and income limits do apply.
This is also the last year you or others can contribute to your child's education IRA (now called the Coverdell education savings account).
While contributions to a Coverdell Education Savings Account aren't deductible, distributions are tax free as long as the money is used to pay for qualified education expenses.
High school students each received a $1,000 check and middle school students each received a tax-advantaged Coverdell Education Savings Account (CESA) with $500 deposited, to encourage future saving.
Private elementary/secondary school A grandparent can contribute to a grandchild's private elementary or secondary school education through a Coverdell education savings account (ESA), up to $2,000 per beneficiary each year.
The first is a Coverdell Education Savings Account, which allows the taxpayer to make $2,000 annual nondeductible contributions to the plan.
In addition to the Title IV programs, college students and their families may qualify for financial assistance from other federal sources, such as tuition tax credits, tax-advantaged education savings accounts (including the Coverdell Education Savings Account), and grants and loans from other federal programs.
The Coverdell Education Savings Account (ESA) program and the Qualified Tuition Program (QTP/529) are similar in many ways.
You may already have a college fund (for example, a savings account or a Coverdell Education Savings Account).
Coverdell Education Savings Account. In 2010 annual non-deductible contributions of $2,000 per beneficiary can be made.