Democrats Exclude Home School Children from Tax-Advantaged Saving Plans

Sen Secure crt. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., center, is flanked by Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., left rear, and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., as the Senate Budget Committee met to work on the Republican tax bill.

Democrats in the U.S 방탄 땡 다운로드. Senate used a last-minute procedural protest to attack homeschool families. Their petty complaint struck the short title of the tax reform bill, one provision of the endowment tax, and the extension of college savings plans to homeschool expenses 시네마체.

The homeschool attack proved particularly revealing. The Republican tax bill would extend the use of 529 tax-advantaged saving plans — originally intended to foster saving for college tuition — to K-12 public and private schools, as well as homeschooling 뉴하트 다운로드. Rather than complaining that 529s should only be for college, the Democrats struck the homeschool provision, leaving the K-12 school extension in place Three Kingdoms 13 pk Hangul edition.

This was an attack on the families of approximately 1.5 million American children who are educated at home.

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