Taxes and Education

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  • August 18, 2010

    With all the publicity over the rising costs of higher education and the tools available to actually project the costs of an education at a particular public or private school for a specific term, smart parents are thinking ahead to the day when...

  • August 18, 2010

    The Student Loan Interest Deduction is an education tax benefit that allows taxpayers to deduct up to $2,500 of the interest paid on student loans. This education tax deduction can be claimed on your...

  • August 18, 2010

    It used to be that parents spent a lot of time worrying about how they were going to be able to afford to send their kids to college.  The serious downturn in the economy and the surge in unemployment have precipitated an increase in adults...

  • August 18, 2010

    Everyone knows that education costs money and tuition is expensive. However, what everyone doesn’t know is that there are numerous education tax benefits made available by the federal government. Claiming an education tax credit or tax...

  • August 11, 2010

    It is well-known that education costs money and tuition is expensive. These days, more and more people are going back to school to improve their technical or professional skills, qualify for promotion or advancement, earn higher paychecks, or...

  • August 9, 2010

    Education tax credits and deductions can help individuals pursue their goals of obtaining higher education or improving their employment options. If you are struggling to pay college tuition-related bills for yourself (...

  • August 6, 2010

    The federal government provides a number of programs and grant money to young people interested in gaining job skills and career help.

    Job Training and Apprenticeship

    Through the Department of Labor’s YouthBuild program, Americans age...