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Understanding College Tuition, Room, and Board - Saving for College
A breakdown of the three primary costs of college: tuition, room, and board. Includes a look at how tuition is calculated, as well as the advantages and ...
GI Bill Education Benefits: Paying Your College Tuition
An overview of the Montgomery GI Bill, which covers up to nearly $50000 in college tuition in exchange for as little as two years of military service.
The 2009 Tuition Deduction - Rules for Deducting Your College ...
This article contains an overview of who is eligible for the tuition deduction for college expenses, as well as which expenses qualify.
Overview of the Tuition and Fees Deduction - Taxes - About.com
Individual taxpayers can deduct the cost of college tuition for themselves, their spouses, and their dependents. The Tuition and Fees Deduction is an ...
Employer Provided Tuition Assistance
Tuition assistance is a valuable and much valued benefit that employers can offer employees. It's a win-win benefit that encourages employees to continue to ...
Take Advantage of Your Tuition Reimbursement Program
If you can take advantage of a tuition reimbursement program, you should definitely consider it. This can help improve your earning potential and get the degree ...
Tuition Reimbursement From Your Employer - 4 Things to Know
Getting the boss to pay for your MBA may seem like a good idea, but there are often strings attached to tuition reimbursement from an employer. Most companies ...
Air Force College Tuition Assistance - US Military - About.com
The Air Force offers airmen several programs to advance their voluntary education goals including 100% Tuition Assistance for college courses taken during ...
Air Force College Tuition Assistance Program
The Air Force's new 100 percent college tuition assistance program began on October 1, 2002, but there are limitations.
Army College Tuition Assistance Program - US Military - About.com
The Army's new 100 percent college tuition assistance program began on October 1, 2002, but there are limitations.
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