Tax credits and deductions for education are too complicated and so confusing that most taxpayers cannot determine which provisions are best for them, the American Institute of CPAs said in written testimony to the Senate Finance Committee.
The testimony was submitted Thursday for the record of the Finance Committee’s July 25 hearing on education tax incentives and tax reform.
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