Tax benefit for student's parents

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CountryTax benefit for student's parents
Austria 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Students' parents can receive family allowances (EUR 152.70 per month per child) and tax relief (EUR 58.40 per month per child) if the student is under 24 (in exceptional cases till 25 years of age) and is studying.
Austria 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
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Austria 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax relief (EUR 58.40 per month per child) if the student is under 24 (in exceptional cases till 25 years of age) and is studying.
Belgium - flemish 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Heads of family receive tax benefits which depend on the number of dependent children and other relatives (including students enrolled at higher education institutions having no income). The tax-free minimum earnings threshold is increased by EUR 1 400 for one, 3 590 for two, 8 050 for three, 13 020 for four and + 4 970 for each subsequent child.
Belgium - flemish 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Heads of family receive tax benefits which depend on the number of dependent children and other relatives (including students enrolled at higher education institutions having no income). The tax-free minimum earnings threshold is increased by EUR 1 500 for one, v3 870 for two, EUR 8 670 for three, EUR 14 020 for four and + EUR 5 350 for each subsequent child.
Belgium - flemish 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Heads of family receive tax benefits which depend on the number of dependent children and relatives (including students with no income enrolled in higher education). The tax-free minimum earnings threshold is increased by EUR 1 510 for one, 3 880 for two, 8 700 for three, 14 060 for four and + 5 370 for each subsequent child. The tax benefits are determined by the Federal Public Service of Finance.
Belgium - french 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Heads of family receive tax benefits which depend on the number of dependent children and other relatives (including students enrolled at higher education institutions having no income). The tax-free minimum earnings threshold is increased by EUR 1 400 for one, 3 590 for two, 8 050 for three, 13 020 for four and + 4 970 for each subsequent child.
Belgium - french 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Heads of family receive tax benefits which depend on the number of  dependent children and other relatives (including students enrolled at  higher education institutions having no income). The tax-free minimum earnings threshold is increased by EUR 1 500 for one, 3 870 for two, 8 670 for three, 14 020 for four and + 5 350 for each subsequent child.
Belgium - french 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Heads of family receive tax benefits which depend on the number of dependent children and relatives (including students with no income enrolled in higher education). The tax-free minimum earnings threshold is increased by EUR 1 510 for one, 3 880 for two, 8 700 for three, 14 060 for four and + 5 370 for each subsequent child.
Belgium - german 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Heads of family receive tax benefits which depend on the number of dependent children and other relatives (including students enrolled at higher education institutions having no income). The tax-free minimum earnings threshold is increased by EUR 1 400 for one, 3 590 for two, 8 050 for three, 13 020 for four and + 4 970 for each subsequent child.
Belgium - german 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Heads of households receive tax benefits which depend on the number of dependent children and other relatives (including students enrolled at higher education institutions having no income). The tax-free minimum earnings threshold is increased by EUR 1 500 for one, 3 870 for two, 8 670 for three, 14 020 for four and + 5 350 for each subsequent child.
Belgium - german 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Heads of family receive tax benefits which depend on the number of dependent children and relatives (including students with no income enrolled in higher education). The tax-free minimum earnings threshold is increased by EUR 1 510 for one, 3 880 for two, 8 700 for three, 14 060 for four and + 5 370 for each subsequent child.
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are no loans, tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Bulgaria 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
no tax benefits for parents
Bulgaria 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
no tax benefits for parents
Bulgaria 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents play no role in the student support system.
Croatia 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are no tax benefits for parents.
Croatia 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are no tax benefits for parents.
Croatia 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are no tax benefits for parents.
Cyprus 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are no tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Cyprus 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are no tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Cyprus 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are no tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Czech Republic 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents are also provided in the form of tax relief for each dependent child (student up to 26 years of age) and it is CZK 13 404/year; if the child is disabled the amount is multiplied by two (CZK 26 808/year).
Czech Republic 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents are also provided in the form of tax relief for each dependent child (student up to 26 years of age). From 2015, the amount is graded according to the birth order (CZK 13 404/year for the first child, CZK 15 804 for the second child, and CZK 17 004 for the third and fourth child. In case the child is disabled, the amount is multiplied by two.
Czech Republic 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents are also provided in the form of tax relief for each dependent child (student up to 26 years of age). The amount is graded according to the birth order – from 2016, CZK 13 404/year for the first child, CZK 17 004 for the second child, and CZK 20 604 for the third and fourth child. In case the child is disabled, the amount is multiplied by two.
Denmark 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are no tax benefits for students' parents or family allowances.
Denmark 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are no tax benefits for students' parents or family allowances.
Denmark 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are no tax benefits for parents.
England 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents and family allowances do not play a role in the student support system.
England 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents and family allowances do not play a role in the student support system.
England 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents and family allowances do not play a role in the student support system.
Estonia 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents depend both on students' status and on the civil status of students (age, marital status, etc.).
Estonia 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents depend on students' civil status.
Estonia 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents can be obtained for students below 26 and resident in Estonia.
Finland 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax benefits for parents and family allowances.
Finland 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax benefits for parents and family allowances.
Finland 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax benefits for parents and family allowances.
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
There is no student loan, nor tax release or family allowance.
France 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Parents are eligible for tax relief if students are financially dependent on them and are less than 25 years old. The amount of tax relief is proportional to the amount of taxable income of the household.
France 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Parents are eligible for tax relief if students are financially dependent on them, and are less than 25 years old. The amount of tax relief is proportional to the amount of taxable income of the household.
France 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Parents are eligible for tax relief if students are financially dependent on them, and are less than 25 years old. The amount of tax relief is proportional to the amount of taxable income of the household. Students below 26 are also eligible for tax relief.
Germany 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Germany 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
no data
Germany 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
no data
Greece 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits: Parents of students in Greek public universities are subject to lower tax rate.
Hungary 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Hungary 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Hungary 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Iceland 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax benefits for parents and family allowances.
Iceland 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax benefits for parents and family allowances.
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Source: Eurydice, National Student Fee and Support Systems 2013/2014, 2015/2016, 2016/2017

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