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Improved Teacher Assistance Act

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Mrs. O'Dwyer (for herself) introduced the following bill 

A BILL

 

To increase the tax credit for educator expenses

 

 

 

Section 1.  Short title

This Act may be cited as the Improved Teacher Assistance Act

 

Section 2.  Increase in Teacher School Supply Tax Credit

 

 

1.      An eligible educator, can deduct annual credit of 100 percent of the first $2,000 of qualified education expenses paid and 25 percent of the next $2,000 amounts paid or incurred for participation in professional development courses, books, supplies, computer equipment (including related software and services), other equipment, and supplementary materials that educators use in the classroom.

2.      an eligible educator is defined as, a kindergarten through grade 12 teachers, instructor, counselor, principal or aide for at least 900 hours a school year in a school that provides elementary or secondary education as determined under state law.

 

 

Section. 3. ENACTMENT.

 

(a) This bill shall be law immediately upon the passage of Congress and the signature of the President.

 

PES

Chnages the $ 250 tax credit for school supply for teachers to a annual credit of 100 percent of the first $2,000 of qualified education expenses paid and 25 percent of the next $2,000 amounts paid or incurred for participation in professional development courses, books, supplies, computer equipment (including related software and services), other equipment, and supplementary materials that educators use in the classroom

 

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Small government conservatives, moderates, and liberals alike love the move to support teachers through increased tax credits

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