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I paid many expenses for my child who's attending college. The expenses include tuition, apartment rent, utilities, and credit card bills. Since she's in college, what expenses can I deduct?
If your child qualifies as a dependent, you might qualify for an education credit or deduction. This is based on qualified education expenses for your child. So, things like rent, food, and utilities aren’t deductible.
You can claim the American Opportunity Credit if your daughter meets these requirements:
If your daughter qualifies for this credit, her qualifying educational expenses include:
If your daughter doesn't qualify for that credit, she might qualify for one of these: