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  1. Resignation: Re: Former Employee's Picture is Still Displayed on Employers's Website

    Sounds good. Thanks for responding.
  2. Personal Investment: Re: Pension

    Thanks for the reply. I'll look into the IRA.
  3. Personal Investment: What to Do With a 401K After Changing Employers

    When I left an employer I still had money in my 401K account. The money is still sitting there, but fees are eating up the pension. I was not fully vested and it's a lower amount. My current employer...
  4. Resignation: Former Employee's Picture is Still Displayed on Employers's Website

    When I left my previous employer he still had photos of me displayed on the company website. I would rather not have my images displayed on the company website if I no longer work there. Should I ask...
  5. Federal Taxes: How to Claim the Tuition and Fees Deduction Credit

    If I'm taking the Tuition and Fees Deduction Credit (Form 8917) What do I write on line 1C if my qualified expenses are less than my tax free assistance (Pell Grant)?
  6. Federal Taxes: How to Report the Taxable Portion of a Scholarship on Your Taxes

    Where do I record the taxable portion of my scholarship on the 1040A form? Does it go on line 7 included with my income? Do I also have to record this amount on form 8863 also?
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    Federal Taxes: Are Scholarships Taxable or Non-Taxable

    Is my scholarship taxable if it's more than my qualified expenses and do I have to include the amount in my income? If it's tax-free will I be able to exclude it from my income?
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    Federal Taxes: Re: Education Credit

    Ok thanks. I did read Pub. 970 and I must have missed that information. I'll look through it again at all the different education tax credits and read their qualified expense requirements.
  9. Federal Taxes: Is a Pell Grant Recipient Eligible for the Education Credit

    For the Education Credits my Qualified Expenses is less than my tax-fee assistance (my pell grant) Will I still be able to take the credit?
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    Federal Taxes: Is There a Cap on the Education Credit

    Is there a cap on Qualified Expenses you claim for the Education credits?
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    American Opportunity Education Tax Credit

    Publication 970 indicates that you can include the amount of a Pell Grant in your income and then use the entire amount of tuition reported on line 1 of form 1098-T to calculate the American...
  12. Federal Taxes: Re: How to Coordinate Pell Grant with American Opportunity Credit

    Where would this information go on the 1040A form? Would it be added on line 7 with wages, tips, salaries, etc?
  13. Federal Taxes: Re: American Opportunity Education Tax Credit

    Thank You everyone for responding. I have never taken the education credits ever and no one has ever taken them for me. This would be my first time. My income is eligible for the credit. Based on...
  14. Federal Taxes: Re: American Opportunity Education Tax Credit

    Yes I do have qualifying expenses at a qualifying institution. Thank You.
  15. Federal Taxes: Re: American Opportunity Education Tax Credit

    Thank You. I just went through the Interactive AOTC App on irs.gov and went through the set of questions and it is saying that I am eligible to take the AOTC, Lifetime Learning Credit and tuition...
  16. Federal Taxes: How to Claim the American Opportunity Education Tax Credit

    Am I eligible to take the American Opportunity Education Tax Credit for 2016 Tax year if I had been attending college off and on since 2001 and earned my Associates Degree in 2013. I am now...
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    Credit Reports: Do Unpaid Medical Bills Affect Your Credit

    My question involves collection proceedings in the State of: Nebraska

    Has anyone else heard that Outstanding Medical Bills no longer count against your credit or maybe it's a state by state thing?
  18. Debt Collectors: Re: Are You Responsible to Pay a Medical Bill that is Pending Insurance

    Thank you for responding. The billing office advised that the bill should have read as patient responsibility, but because someone in their office did not print out the statement correctly it read...
  19. Debt Collectors: Are You Responsible to Pay a Medical Bill that is Pending Insurance

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Nebraska

    I have been threatened with a medical bill being sent to collections if not paid, but the bill the medical billing office sent...
  20. Federal Taxes: Re: 1040 Tax Form

    Thank you for responding and yes I did enter line 43 as zero.
  21. Federal Taxes: What to Do if Your Tax Exemptions Exceed Your Adjusted Gross Income

    What do I enter on line 41 of 1040 Individual Income Tax Form if line 40 is more than line 38?
  22. Mental Health: Re: Parent's Legal Right to 21 Year Old Son's Mental Health Records

    Thank You for the response. Very Helpful. I'll relay to my friend.

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    Thank You for the response. Very Helpful. I'll relay to my friend.
  23. Mental Health: Parent's Legal Right to 21 Year Old Son's Mental Health Records

    My question involves public health law in the State of:

    I have a friend who's son was taken to the hospital with mental health tendencies. The hospital did as much as they could and served the...
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Forceps Malpractice

    Thanks for the replies. I'm the one who has to see the reminder on his head, but I am glad he's alive, healthy and well. Thanks.
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    Medical Malpractice: Forceps Malpractice

    My question involves medical malpractice in the state of: Nebraska

    At the time of my son's birth forceps were used on him and he has a small indent on top of his head to where if he has his hair...
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