AAU urges Congress and the administration to implement the recommendations in the following document to provide relief and stimulate economic recovery.
Recommendation | COVID-19 | Immigration | Research Administration & Regulation | Higher Education Legislation | Taxation & Finance
AAU has crafted a document for our members to use and share broadly that includes our recommendations for the upcoming “Phase Four” COVID-19 relief and stimulus legislation.
Talking Point | COVID-19 | Immigration | Research Administration & Regulation | Higher Education Legislation | Taxation & Finance
This document summarizes the originally introduced and updated House HEROES Act (H.R. 6800.)
Analysis | COVID-19 | Federal Budget | Immigration | Research Administration & Regulation | Higher Education Legislation | Taxation & Finance
AAU, on Monday joined NACUBO, and other organizations to submit comments to the IRS in response to its April 24 notice of proposed rulemaking related to the implementation of a new “basketing” rule added by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
AAU has developed a document focusing on our Higher Education and Tax recommendations for the upcoming “Phase Four” COVID-19 relief and stimulus legislation
AAU joined ACE and 14 other higher education organizations on a letter to Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-TX) to endorse the “American Opportunity Student Tax Relief Act,” bipartisan legislation recently introduced by Reps. Doggett and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA).
AAU, ACE, and 34 other higher education organizations sent a letter to House Financial Services Committee and Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Development Committee leaders asking them to recommend changes to the mid-sized loan programs included in the CARES Act – specifically, the Main Street Lending programs.
AAU joined ACE and 44 other organizations to submit comments to the Federal Reserve about the Main Street Lending Program, a new loan program created by the CARES Act.
AAU joined NACUBO and six other associations on a letter to the Treasury Department to ensure that emergency grant aid for students included in the CARES Act is not treated as taxable income or traditional educational grant aid.