The Senate Finance Committee is scheduled to vote Wednesday on legislation that would expand education savings accounts and provide tax breaks to student borrowers.

As part of a broad bill unveiled Monday, Committee Chairman William V. Roth would let parents contribute $2,000 annually to tax-free accounts for their children's expenses at public or private schools. However, the current $500 yearly limit on contributions would be restored after four years.

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