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Author(s):The Institute for Higher Education Policy
Title:Taxing matters
Source:http://www.ihep.org/Pubs/PDF/Taxing.pdf
Date:1997
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Short Description:Report that examines college aid and tax policies in relation to college access.
Annotation:This report examines college aid and tax policies in relation to college access. The authors seek to provide "essential facts and information about the variety of tax-based methods available to help pay for college." The report also compares these policies with need-based financial aid policies. The report investigates current, past, and projected policies. Additionally, the authors consider the benefits of these policies for prospective students.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
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Financial Aid
National Perspectives
Policy

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