"The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) has released a series of guides to inform families about tax benefits that could help them afford college," Black Enterprise reports.
"This is right on time, in light of Oregon Senator Ron Wyden’s recent request that a Treasury Department official work with school guidance counselors to share information with parents about available tax benefits.
'While financial aid administrators are not tax experts, they are committed to providing students with resources to help them make use of all federal benefits available to help defray the cost of college,' said NASFAA President Justin Draeger in a statement."
NASFAA's "Financial Aid in the News" section highlights media coverage of financial aid to help members stay up to date with the latest news. Inclusion in Today's News does not imply endorsement of the material or guarantee the accuracy of information presented.
Publication Date: 6/27/2014