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Keep this in mind if your school-age child is going to a summer day camp

The cost qualifies for the dependent care credit. So if you send your child to any special day camps this summer, such as those for sports, computers, math or theater, don’t forget this break. Ditto for camps to help with reading or study skills. But the costs of summer school and tutoring programs aren’t eligible for the credit... they are treated as education, not care. The other rules for the credit aren’t affected.The child must be under 13, and expenses must be incurred so the parents can work.

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