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Now’s a Good Time to See If You Qualify for College Tax Credits

The school year is in full swing and many new grads have entered college. It’s a good time to see if you qualify for two common education tax benefits: the American Opportunity Tax Credit or the Lifetime Learning Credit. Read more.....
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