Category Archives: Tuition Assistance

Fighting for Student Aid

We are in a tough economy, no doubt.  Unemployment continues to hover around the 9% range.  Federal revenues do not match federal spending levels.  A “supercommittee” has been formed to deal with rising federal budget deficits. Few spending items have … Continue reading

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Compromise Tax Bill Means Money for Students

The compromise tax legislation President Obama reached with congressional leaders provides numerous benefits for higher ed and its students.  Several features of the compromise are tax cuts originally enacted during President George W. Bush’s term. They include a tuition tax … Continue reading

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Section 127

Section 127 – Employer Provided Education Assistance will expire on December 31, 2010, unless Congress acts to make this provision a permanent part of the U.S. tax code.
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