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FAFSA is A Free Application so Please be Aware of Any Outside Agengies or Companies That Are Charging A Fee To File.

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York Email Accounts

The Financial Aid Office will no longer respond to non-York email addresses (ex. AOL, Yahoo, Hotmail, Gmail, etc.). Emails will be sent to York College addresses only.

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American Opportunity Credit

Understanding the American Opportunity Credit

American Opportunity Credit

The American Opportunity Credit was first made available in the 2009 tax year. The tax credit offsets the cost of tuition, fees, course-related books, supplies, and equipment for higher education by reducing tax liability or providing partial refund. Many of those eligible will qualify for the maximum annual credit of $2,500 per student.

The full credit is available to individuals who modified adjusted gross income is $90,000 or less, or $180,000 or less for married couples filing a joint return. The credit is phased out for taxpayers with incomes above these levels.

If you have question about the American Opportunity Credit, these questions and answers might help. For more information, see American Opportunity Credit.