Tax Credits: What They Are and How They Work

Tax credits are a type of tax incentive that can help reduce the amount of taxes an individual or business owes. Unlike tax deductions, which only reduce taxable income, tax credits directly reduce the amount of taxes owed. There are many different types of tax credits available, each designed to incentivize specific behaviors or activities. … Read more

What is insurance? Definition & Types

Insurance is a form of risk management that is used to protect individuals and businesses against financial loss. It is a contract between the insurer (the insurance company) and the insured (the person or business purchasing insurance) in which the insurer agrees to pay out a sum of money in the event of a covered … Read more

The Impact of COVID-19 on Scholarship Availability and Application Rates – Jeremy Schulman

Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on almost every aspect of life, including education. Jeremy Schulman says: One area affected is scholarship availability and application rates. In this blog article, we discuss the impact of COVID-19 on scholarship availability and application rates. Scholarship availability The COVID-19 pandemic has brought economic uncertainty and … Read more

Featured Partner Scholarships: February/March 2023 – Scholarship America

Featured Partner Scholarships: February/March 2023 By Matt Konrad Some of our biggest name, biggest dollar partner scholarships are now open – don’t miss out! The CME Group Foundation offers up to $60,000 over three years to finance students; The United Health Foundation helps nearly 500 medical professionals improve their skills and credentials; Founded by President … Read more

Storage training for cultural heritage specialists

If you work in the Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) sector and want to learn more about research repositories, put Wednesday 8 March in your diary and sign up for the online repositories training course for heritage professionals. This is the second event in the British Library’s repositories training program for heritage professionals, funded … Read more

Virtual Colloquiums/Workshops | Legal Scholarship Blog

Virtual Colloquiums/Workshops Emory University School of Law – Reva Siegel, Nicholas deB. The Katzenbach Professor of Law at Yale Law School will present today as part of the Spring Colloquium Series. This event will be held virtually via Zoom. About the Legal Scholarship BlogThe Legal Scholarship Blog has invitations to law-related papers, conferences and workshops, … Read more

DSF Alum makes history and fulfills his dreams of becoming a lawyer | Denver Scholarship Fund

Camille Moore, a Denver Scholarship Foundation (DSF) alumna currently attending the University of Denver (DU) School of Law, was a first-generation high school student, a college student at the University of Colorado Boulder, and a graduate of Denver East High. At school and now a future lawyer. Camille continues to rely on the support of … Read more

Lecture | Legal Scholarship Blog

A lecture February 20, 2023 – Posts University of Florida Levin College of Law – Josh Eagle, Solomon Blatt Professor of Law at the University of South Carolina School of Law, will speak as part of the Marshall M. Criser Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series. Noon ET, Bailey Room. Contact for more information. About the … Read more