Financial Aid Articles
Borrowers of federal and private education loans may deduct up to $2,500 in interest as an above-the-line exclusion from income. This deduction may be taken even if the taxpayer does not ...
The Lifetime Learning provides a federal income tax credit of up to $2,000 per taxpayer based on the first $10,000 in postsecondary tuition and fees paid by the taxpayer during the ...
The Hope Scholarship provides a federal income tax credit of up to $2,500 (40% refundable) per student based on the first $4,000 in postsecondary tuition, fees and course materials paid by ...
Going out of state could cost you.
Learn how you can attend your top choice without paying top dollar.
Don't lose out on a bigger refund come tax season.
One way to pay for college is to get everyone to chip in.
Show you're using your research grant responsibly.
Find out what's taxable and untaxable income.
Peer to peer financial aid advice from parents.
Make sure money is flowing into your savings and not out, with this advice.
Why borrowing tuition money from your 401(k) is a bad idea.
Grad students are entitled to the PLUS loan, like parents.
The HEROES Act aims to ensure service members don't lose out on federal student aid due to service.
With veteran's education benefits, you'll save money on tuition.
Find out of you qualify for veteran benefits to pay for school.
If you or your parent is a veteran, there are programs that can help put you through school.
Prove you're worth a grant or fellowship.
Don't let finances inhibit you from studying abroad.
Your research can go a long way with the help of research grants.