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Wisconsin Tax Deduction For Private K-12 School Tuition Expenses The tax deduction is one way the state can affirm the vital role parents play in their children’s education by giving families meaningful choices in where and how children are educated. What is the tax deduction for private K-12 school tuition expenses? Wisconsin Act 20 established a K-12 tuition tax deduction (see Wis. Stat. s. 71.05(6)(b)49) starting in the 2014 tax year. Taxpayers may deduct the private and religious school tuition expenses they have paid, up to $4,000 for each dependent child in Kindergarten through eighth grade and up to $10,000 for each dependent child in grades nine through twelve. The tuition expenses must have been paid on or after January 1 through December 31. You must ask for this deduction. Visit the resources below from WCRIS for more information.