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New Law Helps College Students in Colorado

 College Students Making Education Affordable: Colorado’s New Tax Credit Law

Boosting Student Savings: Refundable Tax Credit for Public Colleges and Technical Schools

According to TheCenterSquare, Colorado has passed a new law that helps college students pay for their education. This law gives students a refundable tax credit for tuition and fees at public colleges, community colleges, and technical schools.

To qualify for this credit, students must have graduated from a Colorado high school within two years, have a low income, and be enrolled in at least six credit hours. They must also keep a good grade point average. This law will help many students in Colorado save money and make their education more affordable.

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Financial Impact: How Colorado’s New Tax Credit Law Will Affect Students and the State’s Budget

The law is expected to help thousands of students in Colorado and reduce the state’s tax revenue by a small amount. The government will track how many students are eligible for this credit and how it affects the state’s budget.

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