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Minnesota K-12 education subtraction
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Minnesota K-12 Education Subtraction
for either program, both of the following must be true:
You have a “qualifying child” attending kindergarten through 12th grade at a public, private or a qualified home school.
See Qualifying Child for K-12 Education Subtraction and Credit.
You paid “qualified education expenses” during the year for that child’s education.
See Qualifying Expenses for the K-12 Education Subtraction and Credit
For the K-12 subtraction:
Your qualifying child must attend a school located in Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota or Wisconsin.
You can claim tuition paid for private schools and/or college courses used to satisfy high school graduation requirements
The subtraction is limited to $1,625 for each qualifying child in grades K-6 and $2,500 for each qualifying child in grades 7-12. For children in 6th and 7th grades, use the limit for the child’s grade level at the end of the tax year; for children who started college during the tax year, use the 12th grade limit.
To claim the K-12 subtraction, complete
Minnesota Form M1, Individual Income Tax Return
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