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New Brunswick Student Loan

Judy Said:

Why is college so expensive when you have the same learning potential as your years prior?

We Answered:

wow im not reading all of that, I don't care that much. Risking repeating something that you said in your question, it is simply because the Universities have a monopoly on the education system. I don't think anybody would deny that you don't need to go to school in order to learn, you can buy books and teach yourself just as well or better than the monopolistic university system can. They hold the monopoly by not allowing you to get a degree (which means no job!!) unless you attend a university. If we could get a degree by studying at home privately you would most definitely see the prices of schooling drop as the demand for university schooling dropped. We don't have free market choices when it comes to "higher ed." and it's a damn shame.

Dwight Said:

NB and Canadian Student loan?

We Answered:

The CanLearn website has information on feberal student loans. I'd imagine the provincial loan you have piggyback on it.

https://pub.canlearn.ca/CSLPWeb/En/

Their contact info (with phone number) is:

National Student Loans Service Centre
Public Institutions Division
P.O. Box 4030
Mississauga ON
L5A 4M4

Toll Free: 1 888 815-4514 (within North America)
TTY: 1 888 815-4556
Toll Free: 800 2 225-2501 (outside North America)

Our borrower services representatives are available to assist you Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., your local time.

Important: In order to respond to your enquiry, we need to collect a limited amount of information (such as your e-mail address) as identified in the fields below. However, this "Contact Us" service is intended for general enquiries only.

Robert Said:

question about being married and going to college (new-brunswick)?

We Answered:

Yeah I also got married and got a house at 23. After that I was like OK now what. And I decided to go to school and study what I love. Every year I buy my textbooks as soon as I know my schedule for school. Google cheap-college-student.com, they have great articles on where to buys cheap books.I have read so many ideas on there on how to save and make extra money too. oh and they will only consider you for the federal school loan.

Tyrone Said:

How does the tax treaty between Canada and the UK work?

We Answered:

The tax treaty prevents DOUBLE taxation.

You still need to file tax returns in both countries and claim a foreign tax credit for tax paid to the the UK on your Canadian return. You should do the calculation first before wasting unused, carried-forward tuition credits. They may be moot.

If you are not on a Permanent Resident visa in the UK, Canada will still consider you an ordinary Canadian Resident.

Don't be confused by other answers here. "Deemed Resident" is a category reserved for those in a country that does NOT have a treaty with Canada.

And don't ask CRA what they think about your situation until it's absolutely necessary. DO use the form to get an idea by yourself of what they would say.
http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/E/pbg/tf/nr73/R…

Michael Said:

About a New-Brunswick student loan?

We Answered:

To be eligible for federal and provincial (New Brunswick) financial assistance as a full-time student, you must meet all of the following
conditions:

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