You may have seen our recent post, “What is an MBA and Should I Pursue One?” If this article got your wheels turning about the possibility of furthering your education in the field of business, you’re likely concerned about how to pay for that MBA. The 6-figure price tag on a typical MBA program is nothing to sneeze at. Savings, employer tuition assistance, grants, scholarships, and loans are all potential sources of business school funding, but there is one piece of the MBA-financing puzzle that is often overlooked: tax breaks. Curious how they work? Head over to the Fortuna Admissions blog to check out College Coach’s own Shannon Vasconcelos’ guest post on “Maximizing US Tax Breaks When Financing an MBA.”
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