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It is a tax credit of up to $2,500 of the cost of tuition, certain required fees and course materials needed for attendance and paid during the tax year. Also, 40 percent of the credit for which you qualify that is more than the tax you owe (up to $1,000) can be refunded to you.
To qualify, you must need to be under the education credit income limits. That means having a modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) of less than $90,000 (single filers) or $180,000 (joint filers), although the credit amount is gradually reduced starting at $80,000 (single filers) or $160,000 (joint filers).
The following expenses do not qualify for the AOTC or the LLC: Room and board. Transportation. Insurance. Medical expenses. Student fees, unless required as a condition of enrollment or attendance. Same expenses paid with tax-free educational assistance.
In order to calculate the qualified expenses that you can claim, Form 1098-T from your school is needed....To include this amount as income in program, go to: Federal Section. Income. Select My Forms. Less Common Income. Other Compensation. Scholarships and Grants.
Qualified expenses are amounts paid for tuition, fees and other related expense for an eligible student that are required for enrollment or attendance at an eligible educational institution. You must pay the expenses for an academic period* that starts during the tax year or the first three months of the next tax year.
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A parent, spouse or student who isn't claimed as a dependent can claim the credit for 100% of the first $2,000 spent on qualified education expenses \u2014 tuition, fees and textbooks \u2014 and 25% of the next $2,000, for a total credit of $2,500 for each qualifying student.
Qualified expenses include required tuition and fees, books, supplies and equipment including computer or peripheral equipment, computer software and internet access and related services if used primarily by the student enrolled at an eligible education institution.
If your child is at least 17 years old and enrolled in a qualifying college, university or educational institution, he should be eligible for the tuition credit. Your child's college or university should then issue a T2202A tax slip for the number of months he attended college or university.
What expenses do NOT qualify as an Education Expense? Room and Board. Insurance. Medical Expenses. Transportation. Personal Living or Family Expenses. Education that involves sports, games or hobbies. Any non-credit course unless it is part of the students degree program.
Yes, paying for your son's College tuition is deductible. He should also receive a Form 1098-T, Tuition Statement which reports the amount of qualified education expenses paid by the student (or you) during the tax year.

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