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The Advance Child Tax Credit - what you need to know

What is the new Advance Child Tax Credit payment? The new advance Child Tax Credit payment is money from the IRS for eligible families with children. If you filed a 2020 or 2019 federal income tax return, then you will get half your credit in six monthly payments. These payments should start on July 15, 2021.
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Identity Theft: Self-Help Tools

What is identity theft? Identity theft can happen to anyone.  If this has happened to you, you are not alone. Common types of identity theft include when someone has used your name to:
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IRS Tax Topics

Tax Topics for 2021 - 2022 We have selected a few of the most relevant topics from the IRS Tax Tips free email service.   Low-income families still have time to sign up for advance Child Tax Credit payments COVID Tax Tip 2021-127, August 30, 2021
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Tax Tips

Lots of money flows at tax time. And everyone wants a piece of it. Be smart and keep all of your refund. Here are our simple tips for holding onto your hard-earned money.
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Beware: Tax Scams

January 26, 2015 notice:  Read this Federal Trade Commission press release about the latest tax scams and how to protect yourself: 1) File early.
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Child Related Tax Credits: Who is a "Qualifying Child?"

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.

Low Income Taxpayer Clinic: IRS Problems We Handle

Problems with the IRS? We may be able to help What Is the LITC? Tax Tips
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Income Tax Refunds: Injured Spouse Claims

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.
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Earned Income Credit

Does the Government Owe You Money? What is the EIC? Can I Claim the EIC? How Much is the Credit? My Children Live With Me, But Their Other Parent Claims Them for the EIC.