Free Tertiary Education on the Taxpayer
Internet-Mana promises free tertiary study Stuff.co.nz - 12/09/2014
Free tertiary education and a universal student allowance could be delivered immediately if they were prioritised over tax cuts, the Internet-Mana Party says.
Taxpayers' Union spokesman Ben Craven said writing off student debt would benefit professionals such as lawyers and doctors who had large student loans, but were also likely to be on good incomes.
Forgiving the entire amount of student loan debt currently owed would cost an average of $8374 per household, and was likely to be more expensive than the election policies of all the mainstream political parties combined, Craven said.
"Most voters will see this promise by Internet-Mana as both fanciful and misleading."
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