Uncle Sam pitches in

Wiener, Leonard
May 2003
U.S. News & World Report;5/5/2003, Vol. 134 Issue 15, p66
Focuses on education-related tax credits and write-offs that parents can deduct on their United States income tax. Discussion of the Hope tax credit, the Lifetime Learning credit, amount of tuition that can be claimed as a 2003 tax deduction, and the use of EE or I savings bonds for tuition; Amount of interest on loans used for tuition and other college expenses that is deductible, and income range of eligibility.


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