Neediest Don’t Get The $500

Taxpayer grants for children’s postsecondary education do not go to families that need it most, says a federal report. Families that claimed the maximum $500 a year subsidy were typically able to save without assistance, wrote auditors: “Almost all parents care about postsecondary education but many for various reasons have not saved for it.”

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