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I posted the following in davis_square and b0st0n. Anyone here reading this should know I live in the Boston metro-area and my local transit system is the MBTA (Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority or T), which connects in some places to smaller Regional Transit Authorities (RTAs) that services areas outside of the scope of the T.

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So I'm currently in a situation where I might be able to make the finances fall-in place and go to school at Landmark College in VT this Fall. Since they specialize in students with learning disablities, their web site says you can sometimes get a medical deduction as a special education expense and to consult your tax advisor.

I don't have a tax advisor.

So since I have no freaking clue as to how to even start the search process, I'm asking all you snarkers at home for advice. If you have specific advisors for me to check-out, you need to know I don't drive. If someone's particularly kick-ass, I will take the extra time to commuter rail and Regional Transit Authority out to someone.

Especially since the advisor's advice might help me avoid this from being a true statement: College: the fling that lasts 2, 4, 5 years, but costs you a lifetime.

http://www.landmark.edu/admissions/tuition-and-financial-aid/making-landmark-affordable/

ETA Landmark link.

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