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Two Preschoolers Reading

The 2021 expense limit for this credit is $8,000 for one qualifying child, and $16,000 for two or more qualifying children. The credit is a % of those expenses.

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preschool boy with his thumbs up

Under certain circumstances you can indeed claim a tax benefit for preschool tuition - called the Child and Dependent Care Expenses tax credit.

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If the taxpayer has costs for after school care of a qualifying dependent, those costs may provide some tax benefits. Let's explore these tax benefits.

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Child and Dependent Care Credit

The Child and Dependent Care Credit is available to help offset some expenses of childcare or daycare costs.

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