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Paying for college can be the most difficult obstacle you face as you pursue your degree—especially when you figure in the cost of housing, books, gas and food. Federal student loans, grants and scholarships might not cover all your expenses.
So, how do you go from a small savings balance to having six months of living expenses on hand? Change your mindset, and change a few habits.
If you’re scrambling to keep up with changes enacted by the new tax bill before you file for 2017, you can relax (for now). The bill that was passed by Congress last December doesn’t affect last year’s taxes.
When it comes to filing taxes, it’s easy to procrastinate. For some, pouring over paperwork and stressing about whether or not you’re going to get a refund is an activity best saved for a later date (preferably April 16th). The problem is that waiting comes with consequences.
Tax identity theft happens when someone files a phony tax return using your personal information to get a tax refund from the IRS.
Three (3) $1,000 scholarships will be awarded toward the students' 2018-2019 college or university. Money can be used for any higher education expense (tuition, books, computer, etc.).
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