Do you have an employee who you’d like to see further their education? It may not be as tough as you think to help them meet that goal. Employers may give up to $5,250.
This includes education assistance that’s employerprovided for graduate level courses, like programs normally pursued by an individual seeking an education leading to a law,
business, medical, or other advanced academic or professional degree. A written plan must provide guidelines for the assistance, which must be publicized to all of your employees, and must meet a number of conditions. These include nondiscrimination requirements, meaning it can’t benefit highly compensated employees.
For more information on educational assistance benefits, contact us today.