Much of the news relating to The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) is about domestic tax activities, such as limitations on state and local taxes, Sec 199 deduction and individual and corporate rates. However, little has been provided a little known but very critical parts in the international area. If you have a foreignRead more about The Verdict May Be In – GILTI[…]
You probably know the G.I. Bill as a program designed to help military veterans receive college educations after they left the armed forces following World War II. What you may not know is that the G.I. Bill has endured, in various forms, until present times.
In fact, just last year the Harry W. Colmery Veterans Education Assistance Act of 2017 became law and modified the G.I. Bill. This latest version is sometimes called the “Forever G.I. Bill” because it removes time limits on receiving benefits for military personnel. It also authorizes the transfer of education benefits to spouses and children.
For many years, 529 college savings plans have offered a tax-favored way to save for higher education. These plans, officially called “qualified tuition programs,” take their nickname from the section of the Internal Revenue Code that authorizes them.