Tag Archives: Student Loans

Helping Son Pay College Loans

Today TaxMama hears from Jack in the TaxQuips Forum who is bursting with pride over his son. “We are in more of a position to help my graduating son financially than when he started 3.5 years ago. He’s very sharp with investments. So we’re looking for ways to develop these skills while building cash to […]

Defaulted Student Loan

Today TaxMama hears from Margaret. “My daughter’s boyfriend, with whom she lives, filed his tax return claiming my daughter and their child for the sake of the EIC. He expected to receive approximately $2000 back as a refund. Instead he received a notice from IRS that not only was he not getting his refund, but […]

Pay What?!

Today Rod from SC has some money burning a hole in his pocket. “If you had $14,000 to pay some bills, which payment would provide the best tax advantage: Pay student your loans of $14,000; Pay car note of 14,000: Or put the total into your home mortgage of $60,000? Please explain your suggestion. My […]