Please select one of the following 2 schedule options:
Q1: What documents are needed to find income information? Please refer to your 2018 tax information (1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ).
Q2: What if we did not file for federal taxes in 2018? If it is because you simply have not filed yet, then file with the IRS before completing this worksheet. If it is because your family’s income is below the amount that requires reporting, then your child’s tuition rate is $500 per month. You do not need to complete the Reduced-Scale Tuition Worksheet below.
Q3: Whose income matters for calculating my Family’s Total Income? We hope that you include income information for all adults who are an active parent/guardian for the child. At the very least, you must report for the person (or couple) who can claim this child as their dependent.
Q4: What time frame matters for deciding which guardian(s) need to be included? Unless there was a significant life change in the year since you last filed your return, please use your family situation for 2018.
Q5: What line in the IRS form represents my income? Income information can be found on Line 22 on Form 1040, Line 15 on Form 1040A, and Line 4 of the 1040EZ. This figure represents the filer’s income before making deductions or adjustments.
Q6: What should be considered as Additional Income? Examples include but are not limited to: child support, gifts, support from friends and relatives, trusts in child’s name, additional government or community support, and social security benefits for education.
Q7: Where on the IRS form do I find my total number of dependents claimed? If you are reporting the income of more than one person, then you can claim the dependents for both people (no dependent should be counted twice). If your child was born in 2019 and you will claim them in 2019, you can count them.
The 2019/2020 Annual Tuition Rate for is: