Summer Camp: Tax Breaks For Those Working or Looking For Work

Now that the summer is in full bloom, parents who have sent or considering sending their children to summer camps may not be aware of the tax implications.  Parents who have placed children in camp while they are working or looking for work may be eligible for various tax breaks such as the dependent care credit  and the deduction for medical expenses in certain special situations.  To get a better grasp of the various tax breaks and the special rules and limitations in this area readers should explore Summer Camp: Tax Treatment.

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4 responses to “Summer Camp: Tax Breaks For Those Working or Looking For Work

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  2. When I read this post, I get the most updated information on tax free rules for parents that send their children to summer camps. According to these rules parent that has no job they can get deduction for medical expenses in some situations. I think this rule is very relaxing for all poor families and parents that want to give better life to their child.

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