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Money with a graduation hat laying on top

Paying for college tuition is an expensive endeavor. Fortunately for those who qualify, there are some tax breaks available.

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student loans

Yes, you can deduct student loan interest on your tax return if you meet the specific requirements to claim this deduction. The amount you can claim will vary.

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Graduation Hats

For the American Opportunity Credit, a student is required to be in pursuit of a degree or recognized education credential and be enrolled at least half-time

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Are Education Tax Credits Available When the Education Expenses are Covered by a Scholarship or Grant?

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Students wearing graduation hats

With the costs of obtaining a Master of Business Administration skyrocketing, often costing up to $80,000, you might be wondering, is my MBA tax deductible?

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