Higher Education

When Student Loans Pay for Nothing but Palm Trees Share This

Kim Quillen | Sep 30, 2021 | American Dream

My husband and I are proud to have two very intelligent and well-educated children. Yes, every parent thinks their kids are special, but they’ve always done well in school and our family paid a great deal of money to help cultivate their minds. We sent them both to college in hopes of them having the best […]

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Big Ed’s CARES Cash Dash Share This

Oren Cass | Nov 23, 2020 | Higher Education

The CARES Act, intended to address the economic devastation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, offers especially generous tax treatment for charitable contributions in 2020, to encourage giving in a time of such extraordinary need. Households can deduct contributions up to 100% of their income for the year, potentially eliminating their tax liability entirely. “Donor-advised funds” […]

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