Child Care Credit
Your child care provider may be certified as a Quality Child Care Program facility by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Office of Child Care and Head Start. If so, you will be required to enter your child care provider's Quality Child Care certificate number or Child Care Quality Rating System certificate number as well as your quality child care expenses paid.
To view the Worksheet for Child Care Credit, please refer to Page 2 when clicking here. For a list of certified quality child care providers, please call (207) 624-7909 Monday through Friday.
Credit for Taxes Paid to Another State
To qualify for the credit for income tax paid to other jurisdictions, the other taxing jurisdiction to which income taxes are paid must be another state of the United States, a political subdivision of any state, the District of Columbia, or a political subdivision of a foreign country that is analogous to a state of the United States (for example, New Brunswick, Canada). If a resident has to pay income taxes to both a state and a political subdivision of a state (generally a city), the taxes of the state and political subdivision must be combined when calculating the allowable credit.
The credit is limited to the portion of the individual's Maine income tax that relates to the income being taxed by the other jurisdiction that is derived from sources in that jurisdiction. Income sourced to another state must be determined in the same way that a Maine nonresident calculates Maine-source income for purposes of Schedule NR or Schedule NRH. The credit also cannot be more than the income tax actually paid to the other jurisdiction.
TaxSlayer will automatically calculate this credit for your Resident Maine return if you have a Nonresident return created in your account. If you have a Part-Year return created, you will need to manually input the information asked in the Maine state return.
For additional information, please refer to the Credit for Income Taxes Paid to Other Jurisdictions Guidance Document.