In this episode of the Dollars and Sense Show host Carol Topp discusses tax breaks for homeschoolers. [display_podcast] Show Notes: There is no federal tax credit or deduction for homeschool expenses Some states do allow a deduction, usually on state income tax. Proposed in Ohio: Property tax deduction for homeschool expenses Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, […]
H&R Block has an interesting infographic on how US Federal Tax Dollars are Spent on Education. 4.8% of the Federal budget is spent on education (seems way too low to me). The infographic breaks down dollars by elementary vs. secondary vs. higher ed, how students pay for college, IDEA, and more. It's interesting to see how the money is spent.
Yep, those values voters in the Red States. Better get ready because their lives are going to get worse. And they better NOT BLAME anyone else. California should keep it's federal taxes. Since they aren't equally represented by population in the electoral college. They should not pay their hard-earned money to support those who are overｰrepresented, IMHO.
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