Veterans Call to Remove Provisions of Tax Reform Bills That Will Hurt Veteran Employment and Education

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By iava.org
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), the leading Post-9/11 veterans organization representing more than 400,000 members, raised concerns today that two proposals within the current tax reform bills on Capitol Hill will hurt veterans.
One proposal would remove the Work Opportunity Tax Credit, which incentivizes employers to hire veterans. The other proposal removes the student loan interest tax deduction, which allows individuals to deduct interest on student loans that they took out while pursuing their studies.
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