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Student Loan

Preparing for college often means applying for student loans to pay for it as well. Every year students struggle and stress while trying to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Completing your student financial aid application is now easier than ever. Department of...

According to IRS Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education, questions exist to help determine if education expenses are tax deductible. These questions include: Is the expense associated with the education 'work related'? It must be to be deductible. Is the education in question required by...

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...

As part of a larger Administration announcement on efforts to strengthen the health care workforce, the Internal Revenue Service today announced that under the Affordable Care Act health care professionals who received student loan relief under state programs that reward those who work in underserved...

Got Kids? They may have an impact on your tax situation. Listed below are the top 10 things the IRS wants you to consider if you have children. Dependents In most cases, a child can be claimed as a dependent in the year they were born....

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