Summer Camp and College: More Fun, Less Taxing

June 23, 2015
Dana Greenstein

According to the recently released IRS Special Edition Tax Tip 2015-12, many parents pay for camp for their children while they work or look for work. If this is the case, the costs may qualify for the Child and Dependent Care Credit. For the expenses to qualify, certain conditions must be met.  Read more in the Accounting Web.


Dana Greenstein
Public Relations Manager
Tax & Accounting
Thomson Reuters
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