Tax Alert: Changes to Child Tax Credits & EITC

Find out how new IRS requirement for the Child Tax Credit, Additional Child Tax Credit, and Earned Income Tax Credit will affect your return.

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From: Rashad Phillips

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Tax Year 2016 - US Personal Income Tax - Intermediate Series - Lesson 2 Child Tax Credit

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From: Ginger Garvey

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Utah Family Tax Credits

Working Family Tax Credits Help Over Half A Million Utahns Every Year. Congress needs to take action to save three expiring provisions of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and Child Tax Credit (CTC) in 2015.

Every year, over 20 million working families, including over 200,000 in Utah, claim the Earned Income Tax Credit or Child Tax Credit when they file their taxes.

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From: Utah Family Tax Credits

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5 Ways Working-Family Tax Credits Help

The Earned Income Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit not only reward work and reduce poverty for low- and moderate-income working families with children, but a growing body of research show that they help families at virtually every stage of life.

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From: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

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Refund Timing for Earned Income Tax Credit and Additional Child Tax Credit Filers

According to the IRS, filers that claim the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and/or the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) will have their tax refunds delayed until the middle of February. The IRS continues to say that taxpayers claiming the EITC and the ACTC will receive their refunds on or after February 27th.

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From: Build Your Tomorrow

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Do you qualify for free heating replacement grants?

The scheme was set up by the Government to reduce our carbon footprint & help low-income families improve the efficiency of their homes and reduce their energy bills.

If you receive a low income, Child Tax Credits, Working Tax credits, Pension Credits, JSA or Income support you could qualify.

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From: Brett keenan

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What Are the Tax Credits and Deductions Available for Parents and Guardians?

Parents and guardians of young children have special tax credits and deductions available to them. Alyzabeth Smith, CPA, explains the Child Tax Credit, Kiddie Tax, American Opportunity Tax Credit, Lifetime Learning Credit, Child and Dependent Care Credit, and much more. Learn even more about these topics before filing your 2015 income tax return at http://www.picpa.org/taxhelp.

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From: PaInstituteofCPAs

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Tax filing season begins Monday

A new law means the IRS is required to hold refunds claiming the Earned Income tax credit and additional child tax credit until February 15.

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From: kxan

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IRS Delay

The IRS is delaying the Tax Refunds for those claiming Earned Income Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit and American Opportunity Education Credit. Be More Financial Services is offering a refund loan product that may help you get your money faster. Visit www.bemoretaxman.com or email info@bemoretaxman.com for more information.

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From: Be More Tax Man

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Info on earned income credit and additional child tax credit

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From: Phidomise Leveque

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