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7 states where you can still claim a prior-year 529 plan tax deduction

by Kathryn Flynn
If you haven’t filed your state return yet you might be wondering if there’s still time to reduce your taxable income.

 

Financial aid basics

Intro to financial aid
Learn the basics of the federal financial aid system and how your savings may impact eligibility.

Financial aid calculator
Estimate your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) to see how much financial aid you qualify for.

15 facts about financial aid eligibility
Quick tips to help you get more financial aid bring down your out-of-pocket cost.

How 7 different assets affect financial aid
Find out what you’ll need to report on your FAFSA.

Student loan FAQs
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