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Education Expense

With my family snugly content midst a long holiday season I felt compelled to pen some thoughts regarding the ubiquitous US Tax Code and all its myriad of seemingly scary changes looming around the proverbial corner. This post lists 10 tax matters to be aware...

Our esteemed President has proven to me to be extraordinarily disingenuous with his statements about the middle class and their purported tax obligations as pretty much everyone's taxes will go up in 2013 as a direct result of the cumulative efforts of our 'elected officials'...

Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), more parents and students will qualify over the next two years for a tax credit, the American opportunity credit, to pay for college expenses. The American opportunity credit is not available on the 2008 returns taxpayers are filing...

Meir Katz (J.D. 2010, Georgetown) has posted The Economics of § 170: A Case for the Charitable Deduction of Parochial School Tuition on SSRN. It is fascinating. Here is the abstract: That payments for parochial school tuition are not deductible under § 170 is a foregone conclusion...

There is still time left to take advantage of the American Opportunity Tax Credit, a credit that will help many parents and college students offset the cost of college. This tax credit is part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and is...

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