A lot more than the $250 the IRS allows.... :o)
I bet! When I moved my classroom a couple of years ago, I realized why I was always so broke. I spent most of my check on my classroom.Bless YOU and the work you do!
I spend a lot every school year and still do so that the students have what they need to learn:)
You're awesome! Thank you for all you do for kids.
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I spend around $500 a year. I want my students to have everything they need. My husband says we could have gone around the world two or three times for what I've spent. I've purchased uniforms, supplies, shoes, food, and even doctor's appointments!
That's funny. I bet you could. Thank you for all you do for kids.
I don't spend as much as some teachers do, but my husband is a teacher do and spends a lot. I tend to make do. The majority of what I spend is on TPT.
TpT is addictive! You and your husband are amazing. Thank you for all you do for kids.
Oh my... I don't even keep a record of how much I spent! Yes...it's that high!
I didn't either. You'll end up like me and see it if/when you move classes.
I stop keeping track after my $250 I can deduct.
It really is amazing how much teachers spend. Thank you for all you do for kids!
I spend more than I care to admit. The $250 credit doesn't even cut it!
It's easy to spend a lot when you're trying to take care of so many kiddos. Thank you for all you for kids!
Each year, I find ways to spend a little less, but it is always more than the $250 taxable deduction. I have found ways to be creative with what we use for manipulatives and instead of buying some things, I make them myself. It's a shame. We would never ask a doctor to supply his own gloves or surgical gowns .... But I will NEVER let my students go without. :) Thank you for creating and sharing for all our kids!
You are just the best! Thank you for all you do for kids!
Definitely more than the IRS allows...
I bet! Thank you for all you do for kids.