Demystifying Taxes course, February 28th
Are you intimidated by the prospect of preparing your grad student tax return? Are you confused by the tax forms you received from your institution – or the forms you didn’t? This workshop breaks down how to calculate your taxable income from your salary, stipend, fellowship, grant, and/or scholarships; minimize your tax liability using education tax benefits; and report your income, qualified education expenses, and estimated tax paid on your tax return. It also touches on the special tax situations that may apply to students under age 24. The workshop is for US citizens, permanent residents, and residents for tax purposes, and comprises pre-recorded videos, worksheets, and live Q&A calls. This virtual self-paced module is for informational purposes only and should not be considered legal tax advice. Participants will be invited to a live Q&A with Dr. Roberts of Finance for PHDs on 2/28 at 5pm to ask questions they may have regarding filing their taxes.
Presented by Dr. Emily Roberts of Personal Finance for PhDs
Special thanks to The Graduate School, Center for Student Wellbeing, and the BRET Office in the Vanderbilt School of Medicine.