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Georgia Qualified Education Expense Credit

for this credit, please refer to the links below: 2014 Qualified Education Expense Tax Credit Form IT-QEE-SSO1 (Letter of Confirmation) (Individual taxpayers that electronically file their tax return do not have to submit Form IT-QEE-SSO1. Form

Georgia Qualified Caregiving Expense Credit

Georgia provides a qualified caregiving expense credit equal to 10 percent of the cost of qualified caregiving expenses for a qualifying family member. The credit cannot exceed $150.00. Qualified services include: Home Health Agency

Am I eligible for an Illinois K-12 education expense credit?

school your children see Publication 119 , K-12 Education Expense Credit General Rules and Requirements for Home Schools . NOTE : If you are the parents or legal guardians of a qualified student and you are filing separate Illinois returns, you

Minnesota K–12 Education Expense (Schedule M1ED)

Who is Eligible You may be able to receive a credit if you paid certain types of education-related expenses in 2014 for qualifying children in grades kindergarten through 12 (K–12). Married persons filing separate returns cannot claim

MN K-12 Education Expense Subtraction Worksheet

Use the following worksheet if you qualify for the K-12 Education Credit (M1ED), and you cannot use all of your education expenses. 1. Qualifying tuition expenses

Investment Interest Expense

If you borrow money to buy property you hold for investment (such as bonds or certain securities), the interest you pay is considered investment interest. Your investment interest expense my be subject to certain limitations. Generally

What CANNOT be included as an investment interest expense?

Investment interest expense does not include any of the following: Home mortgage interest Interest expense that is properly allocable to a passive activity. Generally, a passive activity is any trade or business activity in which you do

Investment Interest Expense Deduction (Form 4952)

Form 4952 is used to determine the amount of investment interest expense you can deduct for the current year and the amount you can carry forward to future years. Your investment interest expense deduction is limited to your net investment

Illinois Property Tax Credit

. Nonresidents of Illinois may not take this credit. You may not figure a credit for mobile home privilege tax, penalties, or fees included in your property tax bill, or the portion of the property that is deductible as a business expense

Iowa Tuition and Textbook Credit

, or schooling outside an accredited school do not qualify for the credit. “Tuition” means any charges for the expense of personnel, buildings, equipment and materials other than textbooks, and other expenses that relate to the teaching of only