Details of Tax Credit Not Yet Decided

April 1982
Education Week;4/7/1982, Vol. 1 Issue 28, p11
The article reports on the proposal of granting federal tax credits to parents who have enrolled their students in private schools in the U.S. Although the approval was confirmed from the president, the details had not yet been decided. Some sources stated that the plan would phase in tuition tax credits as deductions from the enrollee's school fees.


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