Originally Posted by operative
Say that a family whose household net income is $80K gets to keep $5000 more a year. They're not going to put the money in a mattress. They're going to invest it. Calculate the ROI and you'll find that they can amass in 18 years considerably more money. So your notion that lowering taxes would have minimal effects on the ability to pay for college given the increasingly exorbitant costs of a 4 year education is misguided.
Wow, I edited out that typo in less than a minute, refresh much? You idea is so academic it's useless as a talking point, but go ahead and try it:
Lowering taxes means more people will go to college, and eliminating the college tax credit will help do this. All you have to do is risk the money in the stock market.. call Operative today!