Today I’m announcing the extra bonuses your family will receive if you purchase LAUNCH by January 11, 2017.
Save your cash register receipt when buying school supplies. Here’s why.
Every notebook, pen, and graphing calculator you buy just might lower your eventual state tax bill — even if you have a very high income.
In some states, such as Minnesota, K-12 school supplies and other expenses qualify for an “education subtraction,” which can mean money in your pocket. An “educational subtraction” means that you get to subtract school-related expenses from your taxable income on your state income tax return. This can mean less tax for you, even if you’re from a very wealthy family.
But wait; look at these other school expenses that may also reduce your taxable income!
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