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I understand where you're coming from in regard to turbotax but I don't agree with negatives you mentioned here about turbotax. Turbotax explains depreciations well and they do point out that reimbursements you receive for your own children from the Food Program are not taxable income. If you had (or are having) problems with turbotax you can always contact their customer support line.

Tom Copeland

You are right that Turbo Tax does say that Food Program reimbursements for a provider's own child is not taxable. My mistake. In my opinion the section on depreciation is very confusing. I should have mentioned that providers could contact the customer support line.

Jeff Fouts

Totally relevant information, so generous...

Michelle Blum

Thanks for this article, Tom. Turbo Tax works for a lot of providers. Of course, like any tax prep software, it works best when you keep great records!

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