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Author(s):Cooper, M. A
Title:College access and tax credits
Date:Not Dated
Organization:National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
Short Description:A report which investigates the effectiveness of the HOPE and Lifetime Learning tax credits.
Annotation:The author of this report "outlines the goals and key provisions of the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, focusing specifically on the HOPE and Lifetime Learning tax credits." Additionally, the report summarizes existing studies on tax credits and college enrollment. The findings suggest the policy's structure prevent it from achieving the intended outcomes of promoting college accessibility and affordability.
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Associated Keywords:
Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
College Access
College Access Legislation
Financial Aid

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