Tax benefit for student's parents

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CountryTax benefit for student's parents
Iceland 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are also no tax benefits for parents and no family allowances.
Ireland 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax relief is available for the expenses paid for tuition fees at a recognised higher education institution.
Ireland 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax relief is available for the expenses paid for tuition fees at a recognised higher education institution.
Ireland 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax relief is available for the expenses paid for tuition fees at a recognised higher education institution. Tax relief at the standard rate of tax may be claimed in respect of certain full-time and part-time courses of higher education.
Italy 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Parents can receive tax benefits based on real educational expenditure, if the child has a proven student status. Tax benefit is applicable as long as the child is tax dependent on his/her parents.
Italy 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits. Article 15 of Presidential Decree 22 December 1986, n. 917 allows a deduction of 19 %, calculated on the amount of expenses for attendance in higher education. Tax benefits are applicable as long as the child is tax dependent on his/her parents.
Italy 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits. Article 15 of Presidential Decree 22 December 1986, No 917 allows a deduction of 19 %, calculated on the amount of expenses for attendance in higher education. Tax benefits are applicable as long as the child is tax dependent on his/her parents.
Latvia 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits awarded to parents and students (payers of personal income tax) of LVL 150 per year to recover the part of the annual funds invested in health care and education. Also, a parent has relief of personal income tax for a child while she or he continues the acquisition of higher education, but not longer than until student reaches 24 years of age.
Latvia 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits are awarded to parents and students (payers of personal income tax) of EUR 213.43 per year to recover part of the annual funds invested in health care and education. Also, a parent has relief of personal income tax for a child while she or he studies in higher education, but only until the student reaches 24 years of age.
Latvia 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits of EUR 213.43 per year are awarded to parents and students (payers of personal income tax). A parent has additional personal income tax relief for a child under 24 studying in higher education.
Liechtenstein 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents are available of up to CHF 12 000 per year for education related costs.
Liechtenstein 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents are available of up to CHF 12 000 per year for education related costs.
Liechtenstein 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits up to CHF 12 000 per year are available for education related costs. Students themselves or, if they still live with their parents, their parents are eligible.
Lithuania 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents. Students’ parents who pay tuition fees are eligible for an annual income tax refund, in favour of the student if the student receives his/her first degree. The income tax refund is up to 15 % of the paid tuition fee.
Lithuania 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents: students’ parents who pay tuition fees are eligible for an annual income tax refund, if the student is awarded his/her first degree. The income tax refund is up to 15 % of the paid tuition fee.
Lithuania 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for students’ parents (and the student) who pay the tuition fees are eligible for an annual income tax refund, if the student is awarded his/her first degree. The income tax refund is up to 15 % of the paid tuition fee.
Luxembourg 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax benefits and no merit-based grants exist.
Malta 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits of students’ parents: As from 1 January 2012 the Government of Malta introduced a new tax band category called ‘parent computation’. This tax computation is aimed at parents supporting children who are not gainfully employed up to the age of eighteen and at parents of children up to the age of 21 years who are still in tertiary education. By means of this computation parents will save between EUR 150 and EUR 840 in income tax annual payments.
Malta 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Parents whose children are in tertiary education benefit from an annual tax rebate of between EUR 150 and EUR 840 until their children are 23 years of age.
Malta 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Parents whose children are in tertiary education benefit from an annual tax rebate of between EUR 150 and EUR 840 until their children are 23 years of age. Part-time or working students are not eligible for tax reductions.
Montenegro 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax benefits for parents or family allowances.
Montenegro 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are no family allowances of student's parents or tax benefits to parents.
Montenegro 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are no family allowances of student's parents or tax benefits to parents.
Netherlands 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax benefits for parents and no family allowances.
Norway 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents and family allowances play no role in the student support system.
Norway 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents and family allowances play no role in the student support system.
Norway 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents and family allowances play no role in the student support system.
Nothern Ireland 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.
Nothern Ireland 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.
Nothern Ireland 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.
Poland 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents/guardians of students in the form of tax relief of PLN 1 112.04 per child per year in 2011, if families receive a care allowance or other social benefits and/or the student did not earn a taxable income (including capital gains) exceeding PLN 3 089/year.
Poland 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents/guardians of students in the form of tax relief of PLN 1 112.04 per child per year in 2011, if families receive a care allowance or other social benefits and/or the student did not earn a taxable income (including capital gains) exceeding PLN 3 089/year.

Tax benefits exist for parents/guardians of students up to 25 years of age in the form of tax relief of PLN 1 112.04 per child per year (2014) provided income did not exceed a specified level, and if the student did not earn a taxable income (including capital gains) exceeding PLN 3 089/year.
Poland 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
A tax relief of PLN 1 112.04 per child per year (2015) for parents/guardians of students up to 25 years of age available provided income did not exceed a specified level, and if the student did not earn a taxable income (including capital gains) exceeding PLN 3 089/year. There is no relief dedicated only to students.
Portugal 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents are provided through tax deduction on educational expenses.
Portugal 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents are provided through tax deduction on educational expenses.
Portugal 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents are provided through tax deduction on educational expenses. The tax benefit is 30 % of all education expenses, to the limit of EUR 800. There can be additional restrictions depending on the total income of the family, decreasing the benefit as the total income increases.
Romania 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
tax benefits for parents.
Romania 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax benefits for parents.
Romania 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax benefits for parents.
Scotland 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.
Scotland 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.
Scotland 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
Serbia 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
There are no tax benefits for student’s parents nor family allowances.
Slovakia 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents exist in the form of a lump sum tax deduction of EUR 21.03/month.
Slovakia 2015/16 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents exist in the form of a lump sum tax deduction of EUR 21.41/month.
Slovakia 2016/17 - tax benefit for student's parents
Tax benefits for parents: a lump sum tax deduction of EUR 21.41/month. No tax benefit for working students.
Slovenia 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
The tax benefit for parents depends on the number of supported children (EUR 2 436.92 to 7 957.14 per year in 2013). Eligible are all parents of higher education students under 26 years old when enrolling.
Slovenia 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 and depends on the number of supported children (EUR 2 436 to EUR 7 957 per year in 2015). All parents of higher education students under 26 years old when enrolling are eligible for this benefit.
Slovenia 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 and depends on the number of supported children (EUR 2 436 to EUR 7 957 per year in 2016). Parents of those higher education students who are not employed or do not conduct business and are under 26 years old when enrolling are eligible for this benefit.
Spain 2013/14 - tax benefit for student's parents
No tax relief for parents.
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Source: Eurydice, National Student Fee and Support Systems 2013/2014, 2015/2016, 2016/2017
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