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Subject: Re: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Accounts Date: 7/27/1999 12:25 AM
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Your pre-tax payments for child care expenses are
quite a benefit. As long as your employers are paying (one of Your benefits) for the child care, you can use both plans to be reimbursed. The amounts your employers provide will be on your W-2's, (box 10) and filing the Child Care Credit (form 2441) will account for these payments. The Key word is
reimburse - this is not taxable income.
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