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Talking Points: Higher Education Tax Incentives

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Talking Points: Higher Education Tax Incentives

July 17, 2013

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-MT) and Ranking Member Orrin Hatch (R-UT) have proposed a “blank-slate” approach as a legislative starting point for tax reform and have called on Senate colleagues to provide proposals to revise and improve the tax code

These talking points, prepared by ACE and the Association of American Universities, are designed to help higher education leaders discuss the ramifications of tax reform with their senators. The document covers education tax credits and deductions for individuals, charitable giving incentives, employee educational assistance and tax-exempt bond financing.​​

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