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I help my sister with her taxes and (bad news) she just got a letter from the IRS concerning 'dependent care benefits.' They're taking away her child care tax credit of $600.

When taxact was computing the childcare tax credit, I listed $5900 of the $10900 for qualified expenses. Is this where I made my mistake? I did this because she got reimbursed for $5000 of what she paid because of her dependent care reimbursement from work.

Taxact computed everything...Where did I go wrong?

Thanks for your time!

Monica
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