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Wisconsin Free Printable 2023 I-094 Schedule PS, Private School Tuition (Fillable) for 2024 Wisconsin Private School Tuition

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2023 I-094 Schedule PS, Private School Tuition (Fillable)

Tab to navigate within form. Use mouse to check applicable boxes, press spacebar or press Enter. Schedule PS Wisconsin Department of Revenue Instructions Private School Tuition File with Wisconsin Form 1 or 1NPR Name(s) shown on Form 1 or 1NPR Save Print Clear 2023 Your social security number Part I School(s) Where Dependents Listed in Part II Were Enrolled 1 Name of School Address of school Identifying number (FEIN) of school Part II Subtraction for Tuition Expenses 2 Information about your qualifying dependent (a) Dependent’s name First Last (b) Dependent’s (c) Grade (d) Tuition social security number (see instructions) (see instructions) .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 3 Add the amounts in column (d). This is your subtraction for tuition paid. Fill in here and on line 9 of Schedule SB (Form 1) or line 43 of Schedule M (Form 1NPR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 .00 Applicable Laws and Rules This document provides statements or interpretations of the following laws and regulations enacted as of August 1, 2023: sec. 71.05 (6) (b) 49., Wis. Stats. I-094 (R. 08-23) 2023 Schedule PS Instructions General Instructions Purpose of Schedule PS Use Schedule PS to claim the subtraction for tuition paid in 2023 for your dependent child to attend a private school. Attach Schedule PS to your Form 1 or 1NPR. Who is Eligible to Claim the Subtraction The subtraction may be claimed by a full-year resident, part-year resident, or nonresident of Wisconsin. You must have paid tuition during the taxable year for your child to attend an eligible institution. The child must have been claimed as a dependent on your Wisconsin income tax return, and the child must have been an “elementary pupil” or a “secondary pupil” during the taxable year. Do not take a subtraction for amounts paid for private school tuition which were withdrawn from an Edvest or Tomorrow’s Scholar college savings account. Definitions “Elementary pupil” means an individual who is enrolled in grades kindergarten to 8 at an eligible institution. (Note “Kindergarten” does not include pre-kindergarten, that is, any 3‑year old or 4‑year old kindergarten.) “Secondary pupil” means an individual who is enrolled in grades 9 to 12 at an eligible institution. “Eligible institution” means a private school with an educational program whose primary purpose is to provide private or religiousbased education. The program must be privately controlled; provide at least 875 hours of instruction each school year; provide a sequentially progressive curriculum of fundamental instruction in reading, language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, and health; and not be operated or instituted for the purpose of avoiding or circumventing the compulsory school attendance requirements. The pupils in the institution’s educational program, in the ordinary course of events, return annually to the homes of their parents or guardians for not less than 2 months of summer vacation, or the institution is licensed as a child welfare agency. Specific Instructions Part I Line 1 Fill in the name, address, and federal employer identification number (FEIN) of the private school(s) where your dependent child/children were enrolled during 2023. Part II Line 2 Columns (a) and (b) – Fill in each of your dependent child’s first and last name and social security number if you paid private school tuition for that child in 2023. Grade Column (c) – Enter your child’s grade number as of January 1 of the year for which tuition was paid (grades K-12). If your child was an elementary pupil for part of the year and a secondary pupil for the rest of the year, fill in “8 and 9” in column (c). If your child attended a private school for only part of the year, fill in the grade number at the time your child was first enrolled in the private school. Tuition Column (d) – Enter the amount of tuition paid during the taxable year, but not more than $4,000 for an elementary pupil (grades K-8) or $10,000 for a secondary pupil (grades 9-12). If your child was both an elementary pupil and a secondary pupil (grades 8 and 9), fill in the amount you paid for tuition during the taxable year for the period when your child was an elementary pupil (but not more than $4,000) plus the amount you paid for the period when your child was a secondary pupil. If the total is more than $10,000, fill in $10,000. Tuition includes any amount paid by the claimant for a pupil’s tuition to attend an eligible institution and mandatory book fees paid to the institution. Tuition does not include amounts paid with a voucher or any amounts paid as a separate charge for other items, such as: • Room and board • Supplies • Cap and gown fees • Rentals of equipment • Meals • Transportation • • • • Registration fees Building fees Personal use items (e.g., uniforms, gym clothes, towels) Before-school and after-school child care • • Social and extracurricular activities, including musical or athletic activity fees High school classes not required for graduation and for which no credits toward graduation are given Line 3 Add the amounts in column (d). This is your subtraction for private school tuition. Fill in the amount from line 3 of Schedule PS on line 9 of Schedule SB (Form 1) or line 43 of Schedule M (Form 1NPR). -2-
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More about the Wisconsin Schedule PS Individual Income Tax TY 2023

We last updated the Private School Tuition in February 2024, so this is the latest version of Schedule PS, fully updated for tax year 2023. You can download or print current or past-year PDFs of Schedule PS directly from TaxFormFinder. You can print other Wisconsin tax forms here.

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Historical Past-Year Versions of Wisconsin Schedule PS

We have a total of eight past-year versions of Schedule PS in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:

2023 Schedule PS

2023 I-094 Schedule PS, Private School Tuition (Fillable)

2022 Schedule PS

2022 I-094 Schedule PS, Private School Tuition (Fillable)

2020 Schedule PS

2020 I-094 Schedule PS, Private School Tuition (Fillable Form)

2019 Schedule PS

2019 I-094 Schedule PS, Private School Tuition (Fillable)

2018 Schedule PS

2018 I-094 Schedule PS - Private School Tuition

2017 Schedule PS

2017 I-094 Schedule PS, Private School Tuition

2016 Schedule PS

2016 I-094 Schedule PS, Private School Tuition

Private School Tuition 2015 Schedule PS

2015 I-094 Schedule PS, Private School Tuition (fillable)

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