I did work in 2010. i recieved my W2 form in the mail but i didnt get any deductions taken...
away...but i do have a baby girl will i still get the child credit???
Depending on how much your overall income was, you should still get the child credit as long as the baby was either born or living in 2010, yes. If I recall, there are a few income guidelines otherwise as far as who gets it, but a licensed accountant should be able to help with that, or you can get more information off of irs.gov
Hi. You can find a blank fillable 2012 1099 form here.
http://www.pdffiller.com/100006224-?utm … =form%20W2
Please feel free to use it. You can fill out the form, save it, fax it, and email it.
by maria_2010 7 years ago
I did work in 2010. i recieved my W2 form in the mail but i didnt get any deductions...taken...away...but i do have a baby girl will i still get the child credit??? I made about $3200 this year???
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