Summer Day Camp Expenses May Qualify for a Tax Credit For Clergy
Along with the lazy, hazy days of summer come some extra expenses, including summer day camp. Clergy Financial Resources has some good news for parents: those added expenses may help you qualify for a tax credit.
Many parents who work or are looking for work must arrange for care of their children under 13 years of age during the school vacation.
Here are four facts Clergy Financial Resources wants you to know about a tax credit available for child care expenses. The Child and Dependent Care Credit is available for expenses incurred during the summer and throughout the rest of the year.
- The cost of day camp may count as an expense towards the child and dependent care credit.
- Expenses for overnight camps do not qualify.
- Whether your childcare provider is a sitter at your home or a daycare facility outside the home, you’ll get some tax benefit if you qualify for the credit.
- The credit can be up to 35 percent of your qualifying expenses, depending on your income.
Clergy Financial Resources
Clergy Financial Resources is a national accounting and finance organization serving churches and clergy since 1980. They have an unparalleled tax expertise on the complex issues associated with clergy tax law, clergy taxes, clergy compensation and church payroll. Clergy Financial Resources is a valuable resource for clergy, churches and denominations.