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Why do I need to know who is a "qualifying child?" If you have children, there are some tax credits you might be able to claim. To do this, you need to figure out if your child meets the definition the IRS uses for a "qualifying child." This guide explains what that means.
Información sobre nuestro programa de asistencia al contribuyente de bajos ingresos puede ayudarle a presentar la información necesaria para satisfacer las pruebas que se requieren para reclamar las deducciones tributarias o crédito EIC
Problems with the IRS? We may be able to help What Is the LITC? Tax Tips for 2017-2018
An injured spouse claim can help you get back your part of a tax refund from a joint tax return. It applies where the IRS has intercepted the refund to offset a debt owed by your spouse but not by you.
I've just received a "Notice of tax due" letter from the IRS. What is this? The IRS sent you this letter because it believes you have not paid the total amount of taxes that you owe.
Payday loans can look like a good deal. But they aren’t. Here is what payday loans looks like, why you should avoid them, and some possible alternatives.
Si usted le debe dinero a alguien, esa persona puede tratar de cobrárselo con una demanda en la corte. Esta guía le ayudará a usted entender cómo funciona ese proceso en la corte e informarse sobre los derechos que usted tiene.
This is to help you to understand some basics about the bankruptcy laws and rules. This may help you to make a more informed decision about whether filing for bankruptcy makes sense for you. We assume that you are a low-income client who may not be able to afford a lawyer.
Important Cautionary Notes Step One: Credit Counselling Step Two: Fill out the Court Forms Step Three: File all Required Forms and Documents
What property can I keep? How does filing for bankruptcy protect me from creditors? What happens at the ''meeting of creditors''? How are my debts resolved?