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By Clarece Polke WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government announced plans on Tuesday to forgive $7.7 billion in student loans for about 387,000 permanently disabled borrowers. While permanently disabled Americans are already permitted student loan forgiveness under the Higher Education Act, many who are eligible have not taken advantage of the debt relief, the U.S. Department of Education said in a statement. Of the 387,000 borrowers identified by the department as eligible but have not taken part in the program, about 179,000 of them are in default, potentially causing them to lose their federal tax refunds and Social Security benefits, the government said.
The unpopular Fed bailout act does offer some nice tax breaks.
Reduce the tax hit on short-term bets by investing in broad-based equity index options.
If you exercised incentive stock options and got socked by the AMT, here's some relief.
It can be a source for an interest-free short-term loan -- or a bad idea if you do it wrong.
I'm a CPA and our stupid tax code even drives me nuts. Politicians, are you listening?
Here's a list of which vehicles still qualify for the juicy tax credit of up to $3,000.
More folks are eligible -- and the contribution limits are higher. So get on this.
If you pay estimated taxes, delaying your payments is remarkably painless.
The IRS says IRA and other transactions can now trigger the dreaded wash-sale rule.
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