Are donations to UNCF (United Negro College Fund) tax deductible?

Answer According to the Better Business Bureau (BBB), the United Negro College Fund is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the code of the Internal Revenue Service. "It is eligible to receive contributi... Read More »

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Would anyone out there be afraid to open a United White College Fund...?

I think it's an awesome idea! Why shouldn't there be a college fund for caucasians only? Every other ethnicity/race has one. However, I predict many people will immediately scream racism. If yo... Read More »

How to Fund College Without a College Savings Fund?

The recent market downturn has cut many college savings funds in half. Parents and college-bound kids are going to have to make some tough choices between now and next fall, and the toughest of tho... Read More »

Are college donations tax deductible?

Colleges generally count as charitable organization for the purpose of tax deductions. Charitable donations are deductible as an itemized deduction. To check to make sure your college counts, use t... Read More »

529 College Fund Rules?

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