Parents can get tax credit for sending kids to day camp
ST. PAUL - Many working parents need to arrange for care for their children when school is out. A popular solution - with a tax benefit - is a day camp program.
The Internal Revenue Service reminds parents that the cost of day camp may be a qualifying expense for the Child and Dependent Care Credit, which can be worth as much as $2,100 at tax time. Taxpayers should keep records of qualifying expenses.
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