Tuition & How To Get Reimbursed


Frequently Asked Questions

Is My Tuition Investment Tax Deductible?

Topic 457 – Tuition and Fees Deduction You may be able to deduct qualified tuition and related expenses that you pay for yourself, your spouse, or a dependent, as a tuition and fees deduction. To determine whether your expenses are qualified, refer to Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education. You do not have to itemize to take this deduction. Instead of a tuition and fees deduction, you may be able to claim tuition and fees as (1) an American opportunity tax credit or lifetime learning credit; or (2) if applicable, a business expense, which is generally an itemized deduction. If you claim qualified tuition and fees as a tuition and fees deduction, the deduction is taken as an adjustment to income on Form 1040 or Form 1040A. For more information regarding this deduction, the credits or education business expenses, refer to Publication 970.

You cannot take the tuition and fees deduction on your income tax return if your filing status is married filing separately, or if you may be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s return. The deduction is reduced or eliminated if your modified adjusted gross income exceeds certain limits that depend on your filing status. You cannot claim the tuition and fees deduction and an American opportunity tax credit or lifetime learning credit for the same student in the same tax year. If the educational expenses are also allowable as a business expense, the tuition and fees deduction may be claimed in conjunction with a business expense deduction, but the same expenses cannot be deducted twice.

Please consult with your accountant to ensure that you can take advantage of every tax opportunity available.

Tuition & Fees Deductions – Students can qualify to deduct $4000 annually.

Loan Interest Deductions – Qualify to deduct any Annual Loan Interest.

American Opportunity Credit – Students can qualify for up to $2500 annually.

Lifetime Leaning Credit – Qualify for up to $2000 annually.

IRA Withdrawal Exceptions – Withdraw from your IRA without penalty.

Work Related Deductions – Definitely worth the read.


I’ve Seen Other Holistic Nutrition Certifications That Cost Up To $60,000. Why Is EHI’s Tuition So Low?

Excellent Question! We believe many other certification programs are significantly overpriced and provide you far less in terms of support, interaction, and quality of information. We proudly ask you to compare our school and all you get with any other school out there. At EHI, we do a great job of keeping tuition costs low thanks to our 501(c)3 Non-Profit Status, Our Wonderful Sponsors, and our efficiency in how we manage our operations. We believe students should have a special educational experience without an excessive price tag. We believe Graduates should be able to recoup their educational investment within 1 year while also providing for their family. We believe in that we are a medical school level education without the medical school price and we prove that this philosophy works with each and every student who joins our community.


Are All Alternative Student Loan Applications Approved?

YES! Our 3rd Party Lender, UGA Finance, guarantees approval on all student loan applications and also offers 6 months same as cash. If you can pay off your entire financed tuition amount with 6 months then any interest that has accrued gets immediately waived. And if you or a co-signer have excellent credit you can get started for $0 down!


Are There Any Additional Discounts?

YES! If you have served in the armed forces, fire department, law enforcement, or as a teacher or if you are a husband, wife, son or daughter of someone who fits in any of these categories there is an additional $200 Thank You For Your Service Scholarship. Additionally, if you are a resident of California, the BPPE has established several rules to make your tuition very affordable, so be sure to check the California Resident checkbox on your Scholarship Application so we can make sure you get everything you’re supposed to!


Tuition Option 1 of 2: Interest-Free Payments


Tuition Option 2 of 2: Low Monthly Payments