Thanks for replying. I am referring to a ESA to 529 conversion.
Excerpt from article on this site
"However, Plum says Coverdell funds must be spent by the time the beneficiary turns 30. If that does not happen, "any earnings would become taxable income and subject to a 10-percent, federal-tax penalty," she says. That problem can be avoided by a 529 plan conversion because the vast majority of 529 plans have no age limit."
So my question is if this only works before age 30 or can I still benefit from a conversion to 529. And at a later date change the beneficiary of the new 529 plan.