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AAU wrote to House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) and Ranking Member Richard Neal (D-MA), urging them to include H.R. 795, the Employer Participation in Student Loan Assistance Act, in any upcoming tax package.
Learn about why tax-exempt financing is critical for universities to advance their mission of educating and innovating for the public good.

The Association of American Universities and other associations urged the Senate Finance Committee to include provisions in any upcoming tax reform package that help students save and pay for higher education, and manage their student loan debt.

The Coalition to Preserve Employer-Provided Education Assistance, of which AAU is a member, asked the Senate Finance Committee to maintain and strengthen IRC Section 127, employer-provided education assistance, in any upcoming tax reform package.

The Federal Tax Code impacts colleges and universities' missions through provisions affecting aid to students; incentives for charitable giving; tax-exempt financing; UBIT; and the R&D tax credit.
The following letter is about seeking a permanent solution to allow universities to continue their longstanding practice of providing student health insurance, at little or no cost, to graduate students.
A statement was issued today by AAU, ACE, and NAICU in response to legislation under consideration by the Connecticut General Assembly to impose taxation on Yale University.
Higher education associations submit a statement to the Senate Finance Committee as a part of the tax reform bipartisan working group process.
The National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) offers comments for consideration by the Senate Finance Committee Working Group on Business Income Tax on behalf of the undersigned associations.