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  • Military Education Benefits User's Guide

    One Hundred Dollar Bill

    Did you know that you may be eligible for more than one educational benefit at a time? In fact, you can save time and money by learning how, where, and when to use them. Military Tuition Assistance Tuition assistance program guidelines, application procedures and policies for determining eligibility vary between services. Select one of the following links to get detailed information: Army Tuition Assistance Navy Tuition Assistanc... more

  • Army Tuition Assistance

    Soldier studies in a classroom

    The Army offers Soldiers several programs to support their education goals including 100% Tuition Assistance for college courses taken during off-duty hours. Soldiers eligible for TA must have successfully completed one year of service following graduation from Advanced Individual Training (AIT). All Soldiers must have ten years of service to receive graduate level TA if any portion of their undergraduate degree was paid through TA.  The Arm... more

  • What is "Know Before You Owe"?

    Student Loans

    The President's recent Executive Order to protect student veterans from predatory colleges and universities includes a requirement for schools to require  "Know Before You Owe" documentation, even if the student veteran does not apply for federal student aid. So, what is "Know Before You Owe"? The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau started its “Know Before You Owe” initiative to make mortgage forms easy to understand and comparable. The nee... more

  • How to Deduct up to $4,000 in Education Expenses on Your Taxes

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    If you, or a member of your family, attended college last year, you may be eligible to deduct up to $4,000 in education expenses. The following six education tax benefit FAQ's will help you quickly determine if you can take advantage of this tax break. What is the tax benefit of the tuition and fees deduction? Who can claim the deduction? What expenses qualify? How do GI Bill or military tuition assistance affect my educa... more

  • Step 4: Use Your Benefits to Pay for School

    As a servicemember or veteran you have several benefit options to help. You may be eligible for any or all of the following: Military Tuition Assistance The GI Bill Scholarships State Tuition Assistance, Fee Reductions, or Waivers Federal Loans and Grants - Federal Student Aid The trick is to know how, when, and where to use them. The following guides will help you make wise use of your benefits: Acti... more

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