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What expenses are considered qualified higher education expenses?

Qualified higher education expenses include tuition, mandatory fees, books, supplies, and equipment required for enrollment or attendance, room and board during any academic period the beneficiary is enrolled at least half-time, and certain expenses for a "special needs" student. It also includes computers, software or internet access and related services, if used primarily by the beneficiary during any of the years the beneficiary is enrolled at eligible educational institutions. Please refer to IRS Publication 970 for more information on eligible expenses.

 

 

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