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I think you have one child, so your numbers would be roughly:

Max expenses for child care credit $2400
minus amount put into FSA $3500
Balance (not less than zero) -0-

Thanks, Peter.

So, it looks like I lost the extra $400 that I paid the daycare provider. hmmm, next time, I'll wait until the next FSA enrollment period to giver her a raise.

- Donna.
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