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Discussion:QUALIFIED EDUCTION EXPENSE?

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Discussion Forum Index --> Tax Questions --> QUALIFIED EDUCTION EXPENSE?

TLWM (talk|edits) said:

29 January 2009
IF A CLIENT REGISTERED FOR A COLLEGE CLASS AND PURCHASED A BOOK AND SOFTWARE FROM THE CAMPUS BOOKSTORE FOR THAT CLASS AND THE CLASS IS TEACHING YOU HOW TO USE THAT SOFTWARE PROGRAM AND IT IS THE BOOK TEACHING YOU HOW TO USE IT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTOR, IS IT AN QUALIFIED EDUCATION EXPENSE?`````TLWM

Blrgcpa (talk|edits) said:

29 January 2009
If it's to learn a new skill, it's not deductible.

LH2004 (talk|edits) said:

January 29, 2009
1. Says who?

2. Are we trying for the Hope credit, the lifetime learning credit, the tuition and fees deduction, or what?

Taxman3132 (talk|edits) said:

29 January 2009
does not sound like a 1/2 time or greater student

AEM CPA (talk|edits) said:

29 January 2009
LH2004 (talk

AEM CPA (talk|edits) said:

29 January 2009
1. Says who?

2. Are we trying for the Hope credit, the lifetime learning credit, the tuition and fees deduction, or what?

Equally applicable to reply #3.

TLWM (talk|edits) said:

29 January 2009
was a full time student for lifetime learining credit

CATAXES (talk|edits) said:

29 January 2009
Lifetime learning is tuition and fees only

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