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Student Loan Interest Deduction

Student Loan Interest Deduction

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 ...

Mark Kantrowitz
Published May 18, 2009
Lifetime Learning Tax Credit

Lifetime Learning Tax Credit

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 ...

Mark Kantrowitz
Published May 18, 2009
Hope Scholarship Tax Credit

Hope Scholarship Tax Credit

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 ...

Mark Kantrowitz
Published May 17, 2009
Going Out of State Can Cost You

Going Out of State Can Cost You

Going out of state could cost you.

By Emilie Le Beau
Published April 21, 2009
Four Secret Tuition Savers

Four Secret Tuition Savers

Learn how you can attend your top choice without paying top dollar.

By Christina Couch
Published April 21, 2009
A Hidden Financial Aid Gem Right Under Your Nose

A Hidden Financial Aid Gem Right Under Your Nose

Don't lose out on a bigger refund come tax season.

By Chris Diehl
Published April 21, 2009
Let Your Friends and Family Pay Your Tuition with a Peer-to-Peer Education Loan

Let Your Friends and Family Pay Your Tuition with a Peer-to-Peer Education Loan

One way to pay for college is to get everyone to chip in.

By Kathryn Knight
Published April 21, 2009
Managing Your Research Grant

Managing Your Research Grant

Show you're using your research grant responsibly.

By Kathleen Carmichael, Ph.D.
Published April 21, 2009
Combat Pay and Other Untaxed Income

Combat Pay and Other Untaxed Income

Find out what's taxable and untaxable income.

Published April 21, 2009
Parent Tips: Financial Aid

Parent Tips: Financial Aid

Peer to peer financial aid advice from parents.

Published April 21, 2009
Student Tips: Financial Aid

Student Tips: Financial Aid

Make sure money is flowing into your savings and not out, with this advice.

Published April 21, 2009
Ask the Expert: Why Not Borrow from My 401(k) for My Daughter's College Tuition?

Ask the Expert: Why Not Borrow from My 401(k) for My Daughter's College Tuition?

Why borrowing tuition money from your 401(k) is a bad idea.

By Mark Kantrowitz
Published April 21, 2009
PLUS Loans for Grad Students

PLUS Loans for Grad Students

Grad students are entitled to the PLUS loan, like parents.

By Stephen Borkowski
Published April 21, 2009
HEROES Act of 2003

HEROES Act of 2003

The HEROES Act aims to ensure service members don't lose out on federal student aid due to service.

Published April 21, 2009
Veterans Education Benefits

Veterans Education Benefits

With veteran's education benefits, you'll save money on tuition.

Published April 21, 2009
Veterans Status for Student Aid Purposes

Veterans Status for Student Aid Purposes

Find out of you qualify for veteran benefits to pay for school.

Published April 21, 2009
Financial Aid for Veterans and their Dependents

Financial Aid for Veterans and their Dependents

If you or your parent is a veteran, there are programs that can help put you through school.

Published April 21, 2009
Graduate Grants: Writing a Successful Proposal

Graduate Grants: Writing a Successful Proposal

Prove you're worth a grant or fellowship.

By Kathleen Carmichael, Ph.D., and Kay Peterson, Ph.D.
Published April 21, 2009
Financial Aid for Study Abroad

Financial Aid for Study Abroad

Don't let finances inhibit you from studying abroad.

By Roxana Hadad
Published April 21, 2009
Research Grants for Grad Students

Research Grants for Grad Students

Your research can go a long way with the help of research grants.

By Kathleen Carmichael, Ph.D., and Kay Peterson, Ph.D.
Published April 21, 2009