With the average payment for college tuition being at about $20,902, no wondering families and students are looking forward to this time of year to apply for FAFSA assistance before the deadline. Our infographic looks at FAFSA state deadlines and...
One of several tax breaks extended by Congress last minute Fiscal Cliff activity on New Year’s Day is the Educator Expense Deduction. While most education tax breaks benefit those who pay to learn, the Educator Expense Deduction is for those who teach.
Teachers and students all said goodbye to the lazy days of summer and headed back to school this fall. Are you one of the many teachers who filed a tax extension last spring, intending to file your taxes this summer? October 15 is the final tax deadline. As you gather together your paperwork for 2011, don’t forget the educator expense tax deduction.
There has been a lot of debate over government spending lately and whether spending more on education improves public school education. Do know how much your state is spending? Check out our infographic to see how much is being spent across the United States.
Every year back-to-school comes far too soon for not only students, but parents. With the extensive list of books and supplies required and the rise in prices, parents and students are always trying to find different cost saving alternatives. The U.S. economy has impacted back-to-school and back-to-college plans, but take a look at our infographic to find common ways students are buying textbooks to save on these education costs.
For many parents, it seems as if we go from changing diapers to packing the kids up to go off to college. With an in-state public college averaging over $33K for the 4 years, and private college over $120K, it’s time to look at how you can get Uncle Sam to ease the burden just a bit.