I believe so I think it is three actually, things could have changed though!
lilibees is correct, they just changed it from 2 to 3 in the US. If you are married you can claim 3. If you are single, you can claim 3 and your partner can claim 3 provided it's the same household and your partner contributed to their financial needs. It's really sad that there are little benefits to being married when it comes to taxes.... believe me I know. If you are married You can claim things like child care expenses. My husband and I spend 5600.00 a year on child care for one child. You would get a portion of that back, depending on your state, also the portion back that you can receive for medical premiums and expenses if it is above a certain amount. It all depends on your state. Whenever we do our taxes we always try them on turbo tax first without submitting them, and then take them to a professional, that way we see if we came out for the best, before ever sending them off ! The link below will give you some additional tax changes info.
http://turbotax.intuit.com/tax-tools/ta … 12041.html
by cmorsewin 7 years ago
Tax credit for all 3 children?in 2011 tax year I will make roughfly 45,000 fileling head of houshold married my wife does not work and I have 3 children will I get tax credit for all 3 or does it stop at 2 I live in washington state
by lisabu 8 years ago
my babys due in 2 feb will i still get tax credit for this child as i do my other children i am...single parent and not sure how it works out from next year.
by shanna0812 7 years ago
can I claim the child tax credit with unemployment
by Sandmark 8 years ago
I know for the tax credit the child must be under 17. Does it make a difference if the child is...still in school after 17. I heard it continues after 17 if the child is still in school (college)?
by marcals 8 years ago
can I get a tax credit for a new air conditioner
by ashleyfessel 7 years ago
my child was born in august 2010...can i still use this as a tax credit?
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