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Higher Education Provisions in the Camp Tax Reform Discussion Draft

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Higher Education Provisions in the Camp Tax Reform Discussion Draft

May 21, 2014

A chart summarizing provisions of interest to colleges and universities in the tax reform discussion draft released in February 2014 by Rep. Dave Camp (R-MI), chair of the House Ways and Means Committee. The chart was compiled by ACE and the National Association of College and Univesity Business Officers.

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