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Hello!

My employer reimburses up to $4000, annually, for tuition and books.

However, there are a couple of fees, each semeseter, that my university considers mandatory (activity fee, recreational fee, and parking fee) that my employer does not recognize. These fees will total in the ballpark of $350 - annually.

Do these unreimbursed fees qualify for a tax credit (lifetime learning, etc.)?

Thanks in advance!

Tom in Indy
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My employer reimburses up to $4000, annually, for tuition and books.

However, there are a couple of fees, each semeseter, that my university considers mandatory (activity fee, recreational fee, and parking fee) that my employer does not recognize. These fees will total in the ballpark of $350 - annually.

Do these unreimbursed fees qualify for a tax credit (lifetime learning, etc.)?


Yes. Fees required by the institution as a condition of enrollment do qualify for the credit. See Publication 970.

Phil
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Phil - thank you very much for the help!

Tom
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