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Education Tax Credits

A number of tax benefits are available for those paying for higher education for themselves and/or dependents, and for those currently repaying student loans. For further information on the types of credits and deductions you may be able to make, read IRS Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Higher Education.

If you attended Bethany during the last year, the Business Office will send you a form 1098T near the end of January. This document provides some of the information to be used when determining if you can take any of these credits and deductions. You may contact the Business Office for specific questions or clarification of information provided on the forms, but Bethany cannot provide legal or tax advice.

Tax credits are just one way to make your Bethany education more affordable. Learn more about qualifying for grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study programs.