Well, my taxes are usually quite simple, but this year will be different since I've been attending graduate school part-time all year. I used the Lifetime Learning credit in 2000, but I only had one semester's worth of expenses, and was not yet participating in my employer's tuition reimbursement program.So here's 2001 in a nutshell: I have been receiving partial reimbursement from my employer, but it has been taxed. My reimubursement for the Fall semester is still forthcoming in 2002, but the expenses occured in 2001, does that reimbursement still qualify under 2001 for tax purposes? Also, as my reimbursement has only been partial, can I still claim the tax credit on the balance? I also read something about a new education deduction, but don't know any details. I do not normally itemize my taxes, would this be something I would want to take advantage of?Any insight would be greatly appreciated; thanks!!Kim
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