Tax Policy

Northeastern is a nonprofit, tax-exempt institution that uses property and other resources to advance its mission of education and research. Federal, state and municipal tax laws and policies can directly impact the cost of education for students. Issues of tax policy that pertain to the University involve consideration of taxation of endowments, possible taxation of non-educational activities, and proposals for payments in lieu of taxes. The University tracks these issues and participates in the dialogue around them at every level of government.

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