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Minnesota has:
2 educational choice programs | 84 additional resources

  • Individual Tax Credit/Deduction

    Minnesota – K–12 Education Credit

    Minnesota’s K–12 Education Credit program was enacted in 1997 and launched in 1998. The individual tax credit program offers families a refundable tax credits for non-tuition educational expenses like tutoring, educational after-school programs and books. Learn more about this program, including the value of the tax credit and student eligibility on this page.

  • Individual Tax Credit/Deduction

    Minnesota – Education Deduction

    This individual tax deduction program, enacted in 1955, allows parents to deduct educational expenses, including tuition, tutoring, books and more. Eligible expenses reduce a family’s taxable income when taxes are filed. Learn more about this program, including the tax deduction value, student eligibility and regulations on this page.

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