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Old 06-17-2017, 11:10 AM
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Originally Posted by rockscan View Post
This isnt right. He pays the NET cost of the expense which means his portion of the after tax amount. She is eligible to claim the FULL child care amount on her taxes and then subtracts the tax benefit from the total they split.

Her ex is being a dick about it.


Yes this is right. He cannot claim any childcare expenses on his tax return according to the agreement.
It sounds like it is quite normal to work out the net daycare and then divide it over 12 months and work out the proportionate rate of that amount. I will probably have to get the lawyer to convince him of this since now he has stopped his daycare payments without even offering a solution he sees fit.


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