On December 20, 2017, Congress passed a sweeping tax overhaul, which President Trump signed into law on December 22. Thanks in part to the higher education community’s advocacy efforts, important higher ed provisions, including tuition waivers and employer-provided educational assistance, were left intact in the final bill.
CUPA-HR Articles, Letters and Blog Posts
- Blog Post: How the New Excise Tax on Investment Income Could Impact Private Colleges and Universities - February 26, 2018
- Blog Post: Two New Excise Taxes That Could Impact HIgher Ed - February 13, 2018
- Blog Post: 5 Changes to Unrelated Business Income Tax and Fringe Benefits Rules Under the New Tax Law - February 1, 2018
- Letter to Senate and House Conference Committee Concerning Tax Reform Provisions - December 8, 2017
- Letter to Senate Finance Committee Expressing Concerns About Tax Reform Legislation - November 14, 2017
- Letter to House Ways and Means Committee Expressing Concerns About Tax Reform Legislation - November 6, 2017
- Blog Post: Congress Looks to Tackle Tax Reform - October 9, 2017
- More Advocacy Letters ...
Washington Insider Alerts
- Tuition Waivers and Employer-Provided Educational Assistance Will Remain Intact in New Tax Legislation - December 18, 2017
- Senate Releases Tax Reform Plan, Preserving Sections 117(d) and 127 - November 10, 2017
- House Releases Text of Tax Reform Bill Gutting Sections 117(d) and 127 - November 2, 2017