Education Tax Benefits Articles
Looking for a bailout? Good news! The only catch is you'll have to do some good...
What to know before you file.
Discover financial aid opportunities for students with disabilities.
It’s important to know the differences between the types of award funding, along with any government regulations applied to student award funds.
The good news is that Fastweb has all the tax filing information that you'll need.
Struggling to pay back your student loan debt? Read on for a program that could potentially rescue you!
Your scholarship may be taxable - discover how to report your scholarships on your taxes.
These numbers are jaw-dropping, to say the least!
Individuals eligible for the TPD Federal Student Loan Discharge program will now be notified via letter.
The best way to ensure that history doesn’t repeat itself by students missing out on free financial aid is for both graduating seniors and, of course, parents, to fill out their FAFSA forms ASAP!
Check your state’s specific listing to make sure you know which criteria apply!
After a series of summer negotiations, student loan interest rates have been restored to a more affordable percentage.
Families have adjusted to the post-recession when it comes to paying for school, using grants and scholarships to fund the rising college costs.
It seems as though many are considering the recent doubling of student loan rates as a tipping point to the education cost issue - with more alternative payment programs resulting.
The current interest rate is 3.4 percent and, starting the first of July, would double for more than seven million students.
The Budget Control Act of 2011 enacted automatic across-the-board spending cuts in the federal budget if Congress in unable to achieve specified reductions in overall spending on its own. This process ...
For years, the college cost inflation rate has been steadily rising by roughly 7% each year. The 2010-2011 academic year is no exception. According to College Board, who recently released their ...
Heads up: This article is out of date! Find current financial aid information here. Sallie Mae and Gallup just released the results of their third annual survey of how American families ...
Your employer may provide you with up to $5,250 in employer education assistance benefits for undergraduate or graduate courses tax-free each year. The benefits must have been paid for tuition, fees, ...
The Tuition and Fees Deduction allows taxpayers to deduct up to $4,000 in tuition expenses as an above-the-line exclusion from income. This tax benefit is also known as the Limited Deduction ...