The Attainable Savings PlanSM managed by Fidelity

With an Attainable Savings PlanSM, we can help disabled individuals and their families save for their disability expenses while keeping benefits such as Supplemental Security Income and Medicaid.




The Attainable Savings Plan managed by Fidelity

A tax-smart way to save

Earnings in the account grow tax deferred and, when used for qualified disability expenses, are federal income tax-free.

Helps preserve disability benefits

Money in the account does not impact Medicaid benefits and balances below $100,000 do not impact SSI benefits.

A simpler way to plan for the future

Save more easily for disability-related expenses, and access your money whenever you need it.

Attainable Savings Plan features

An Attainable account is an easy and accessible way to invest and save for qualified disability expenses.


  • Make annual contributions up to $14,000 for 2017
  • Choose from a range of professionally managed investment portfolios
  • Use your account to save and pay for qualified disability expenses over the short and long term

See our FAQs

Who is eligible?


Individuals are eligible for an Attainable account if they are already receiving benefits under Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and/or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). If not, they may still be eligible if they certify that they are blind or disabled and have a written diagnosis of their condition by a licensed physician. Under all circumstances, the onset of the disability must have begun prior to age 26.


See the full eligibility guidelines

Learn more about Attainable accounts

Explore investment options

Explore investment options


Choose from professionally managed portfolios that best match your savings, investment objectives, and risk tolerance.

Using your account

Using your account


Get additional information for managing your Attainable account, including contributions, withdrawals, and more.

Our program sponsor

Our program sponsor


Visit MEFA's website.

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