Many MBAs leave tuition expenses unclaimed
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Depending on tuition and income, the potential refund opportunity for qualified MBA students can be over $15,000
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Amend past returns
Amend past returns
You can correct tax returns up to 3 years later to retroactively deduct tuition.
There are 4 IRS tax code rules that must be met
Rule #1
Rule #1
You were established in a business profession prior to starting your MBA.
Rule #2
Rule #2
MBA courses enhanced the skills you gained in the job prior to you MBA.
Rule #3
Rule #3
You continue to use the enhanced skills after completing the MBA.
Rule #4
Rule #4
The MBA cannot qualify you for a new profession.
We’ve helped thousands of current and former MBAs from
top programs to successfully write off their tuition.
Harvard Business School
UCLA Anderson
Stanford Business
Berkeley Haas
Chicago Booth
Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
Emory Goizueta
NYU Stern
Yale School of Management
University of Virginia
MIT Management
McCombs School of Business
Johnson at Cornell

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