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I’ll be posting my quarterly article soon. In the meantime, the IRS has some great info about the child care tax credit. Bottom line: Fees paid for day camp during the summer while you work can count towards the credit. Here’s the beginning of the article and a link to the full thing:
IRS Special Edition Tax Tip 2013-11, May 22, 2013
If you are a working parent or plan to look for work this summer, you may need to pay for the care of your child or children. These expenses may qualify for a tax credit that can reduce your federal income taxes. The Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit is available not only while school’s out for summer, but also throughout the year. Here are eight key points the IRS wants you to know about this credit.
- You must pay for care so you – and your spouse if filing jointly – can work or actively look for work. Your spouse meets this test during any month they are full-time student, or physically or mentally incapable of self-care.
- You must have earned income. Earned income includes earnings such as wages and self-employment. If you are married filing jointly, your spouse must also have earned income. There is an exception to this rule for a spouse who is full-time student or who is physically or mentally incapable of self-care.