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Author(s):Hoblitzell, B., and Smith, T
Title:Hope works: Student use of education tax credits.
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Date:2001
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Short Description:Examines the effectiveness of the Hope and Lifetime Learning tax credits in helping students in a large state university system meet the cost of college.
Annotation:With the passage of The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, the federal government implemented new methods to help students and families afford postsecondary education. The Act created several tax benefits for students including the Hope Scholarship and Lifetime Learning tax credit programs. This report examines the effectiveness of the Hope and Lifetime Learning tax credits in helping students in a large state university system meet the cost of college.
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