Summer Camp Expenses Could Increase Tax Credit Eligibility
WESLACO –Those who have children under 13 may be eligible for a tax credit, according to the Internal Service Revenue.
This applies to children staying at a summer day camp.
The IRS says costs associated with camp could be filed as an expense towards the child and dependent care credit.
The credit allows a deduction if you paid someone to care for your child while you are working or looking for work.
The IRS is urging those who may be eligible to speak with a tax professional.
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