I have always deducted personal funds that I spent on supplies
as "non reimburised business expenses". Perhaps after I retire
the IRS will come after me.
Woody in KC
$250 would not come close to covering it.
JUDY GROCHOWSKI wrote:
> New Legislation Gives Educators A Tax Break For School Supplies
> Washington, DC -- New legislation awaiting final signature by President
> Bush will allow educators to take an above-the-line deduction for up to
> $250 for supplies they personally purchase for students. The president has
> verbally agreed to the bill that will help offset personal expenses for
> teachers, which will likely fuel additional purchases by educators for
> classroom school supplies. To find our more about the legislation, go to
> the news release and the NEA...