The job market is really bad. The Unemployment Rate was 7.8% in December. The unemployment rate is measured in the United States by those that are out of work and are currently looking for work. If someone has just given up looking for work, they are not counted. A lot of Americans are going back to school in 2013, to get a degree, or more job training. Beginning Monday we are going to discuss tax incentives for students. We will begin Monday with Coverdell IRAs, Tuesday we will discuss Section 529 Plans, Wednesday we will discuss the American Opportunities Credit, Thursday we will discuss the Lifetime Learning Credit, and Friday we will discuss Student Loans.
If you are in college yourself, or if you have children in college, or even younger children that are going to go into college, you will not want to miss this series.
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If you have any questions you can email Craig W. Smalley E.A.
Author of the books: It Starts With an Idea – Tax Tips for Small Businesses available on Nook and Kindle, The Ultimate Real Estate Investor Tax Guide, available on Nook and Kindle, The Complete Guide to the New Tax Law – American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 available on Nook and Kindle, Everything You Wanted to Know about the IRS – Audits, Appeals and Collections available on Nook and Kindle, and Tax Avoidance is Legal! The Complete Guide to Individual Income Tax available on Nook and Kindle