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Billions of Dollars in Potentially Erroneous Education Credits Continue to Be Claimed for Ineligible Students and Institutions
Michael E. McKenney (ed)
Education tax credits help taxpayers offset the costs of higher education and have become an increasingly important component of Federal higher education policy. The amount of education credits that individuals claim each year has increased from more than $3 billion for Tax Year 1998 to almost $19 billion for Tax Year 2012. Prior audits have reported that taxpayers have claimed billions of dollars of erroneous education credits. The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) has made recommendations to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to help reduce the number of these erroneous claims. This report assessed IRS efforts to improve the detection and prevention of questionable education credit claims. It found that the IRS still does not have effective processes to identify such erroneous claims, and it estimates that more than 3.6 million taxpayers received more than $5.6 billion in potentially erroneous education credits. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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