The Education Finance Council submitted a comment letter to a House Ways and Means Committee working group, urging it to revise tax law provisions to allow qualified scholarship funding corporations to use tax-exempt bonds to finance private student loan programs.

The EFC, which represents nonprofit and state agency student finance organizations, recommended modifying rules that are applicable to qualified scholarship funding bonds to the committee’s education and family benefits tax reform working group.

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