Enacted 2011 • Launched 2011 • Individual Tax Deduction
Indiana provides a tax deduction for individuals who make educational expenditures on
behalf of their dependent children. Any taxpayer who has a child already enrolled in private
school or who is homeschooled is eligible to claim up to a $1,000 tax deduction per child for
approved educational expenses, including private school tuition, textbooks, fees, software,
tutoring, and supplies.
Latest Stats (2011)
- Taxpayers participating: n/a
- Average tax deduction value: n/a
Maximum tax relief as a percentage of
Indiana’s total per-student spending ($9,479)
Tax Deduction Value
The tax deduction is worth up to $1,000 per child.
Deductions are available for parents’ expenditures on either private schooling or homeschooling
for their children.
No legal challenges have been filed against the tax deduction.
Rules & Regulations
- Who Qualifies?: Private / Home School
- Income Limit: None
- Jurisdiction Limit: Statewide
- Enrollment Cap: None
- Personal Credit/Deduction Cap: D=$1,000
Indiana Code § 6-3-2-22.
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