Tag Archives: EITC

Unfortunately, every tax year 20% of Americans who are eligible for the Earned Income Credit don’t claim it, which can mean a loss of $2,400 for those taxpayers. It’s simple to determine your eligibility, so there’s no reason you shouldn’t claim the credit if you can. If you have qualifying children, the income threshold goes […]

Working taxpayers with lower incomes may qualify for a special credit called the Earned Income Tax Credit. It helps ensure those who can work, do, by offering an incentive to low income taxpayers. Next to Medicaid, this credit comes in second as far as the amount of help it provides to taxpayers at lower income […]

Parental Tax Credits

As a parent you may be eligible for additional tax credits. The IRS provides credits that are geared towards parents, these credit can help offset the cost or raising children and can help you save money at tax time. The credits below can be claimed on children who are considered dependents including children born in […]

The Earned Income Credit was put into place almost 40 years ago. This credit has been helping low and moderate income workers boost their revenues. The IRS would like to see everyone that is eligible claim the credit, currently only 4 out of 5 workers are actually claiming the Earned Income Credit. If you qualify […]

Five Helpful Tax Credits

There aren’t many things that can make you happy when it comes to paying taxes. But tax credits can help brighten your day lower your tax liability, it is a good idea to be informed which credits you qualify for and how you can go about claiming them. By using tax credits you lower the […]

The Earned Income Tax Credit is one way that low and moderate income families can save some money at tax time. The EITC is refundable, and can reduce the taxes working families owe to zero in certain circumstances. If your income comes primarily from working, and not investing, you may qualify. The income levels change […]