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 Are Pell Grant funds subject to taxation?

Answer On One Hand: Tax-Free for Qualified ExpensesPell Grants are given by the federal government for higher education costs that do not have to be repaid. If you use the money for tuition or mandatory b... Read More »
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Are the premiums paid into a disability insurance policy subject to income taxation or are they tax-deductible?

There's not much if any leeway in insurance policies to pay for something that's not described as covered.Were you led to believe the policy would pay if you cancelled because you changed your mind... Read More »
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How much will I get from a Pell Grant?

According to the U.S. Department of Education's student aid website, the maximum Pell Grant award for the 2010-2011 award year is $5,550. The amount a student receives, however, depends upon indivi... Read More »
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What does Pell Grant mean?

Named for Sen. Clairborne de Borda Pell (D-RI), the Federal Pell Grant Program provides financial aid for undergraduate students working toward their first baccalaureate degree or first professiona... Read More »
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When should I get a pell grant?

You need to educate yourself in the way financial aid works, first of all. I'm adding a link you need to read. For some reason, Univ of Phoenix students arent well versed in this. You don't quali... Read More »
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