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With all the required tuition, books, and fees for college students, not to mention the cost of room and board - what education expenses are tax deductible?

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The short answer is yes, you can deduct education expenses for your dependents, but some limitations and qualifications must be met. Let's explore more.

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School Supplies

Yes, you can deduct educator expenses if you are what the IRS calls an “eligible educator.” However, there are certain limitations and conditions involved.

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Kindergarten class

Kindergarten tuition is not deductible because the costs to attend are considered educational expenses. However, qualifying childcare expenses are deductible.

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There are some tax-saving opportunities available for graduate school tuition, like the credits for undergraduate expenses. They each have some limitations.

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Are Education Tax Credits Available When the Education Expenses are Covered by a Scholarship or Grant?

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