2011-2012 tuition

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    rescue37
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    As the registration for next year is now concluding, I was wondering what asking tuition is in other yeshivas and what people are actually paying.

    Chaim Berlin is asking $9,500 and it looks like they are looking for around $6-7 in tuition plus a donation (which they claim is tax deductible)of $1k-$3k

    #776117

    student
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    My boys school in Brooklyn is close to ten thousand a child including tuition and assorted fees

    #776119

    HIE
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    Torah Vodaath charges $8,000. If you have a couple of kids there they give a nice discount if need be.

    #776120

    RABBAIM
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    Tuition is 6-7 Add in building fund donation, dinner donation and that makes up the rest. This way more people can feel good about paying full and those who can afford more can get exemptions for donations. It is legit

    #776122

    elik
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    are the rabbaonim working on this tuition crisis??

    how can a family survive in these times??

    parents cant afford it and schools cant afford the loss of money

    #776123

    HIE
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    its chaim berlin don’t ask

    #776124

    Pac-Man
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    are the rabbaonim working on this tuition crisis??

    Yup, they’re printing money as fast as the newest laser technology allows. (Don’t tell the Secret Service.)

    #776127

    popa_bar_abba
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    There was a case about in the 9th circuit. Brought by a frum guy from LA.

    Sklar v. C.I.R. 282 F.3d 610

    #776128

    and what was the conclusion?

    #776129

    zahavasdad
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    The jewish guy lost

    Somehow tution for Scientology schools was made tax deductable and he tried to fight on that basis

    But he lost the IRS gave the Scientology school tutition tax deducatble status and nobody knows why. Not even the catholic schools get deductability

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