Yes you may claim child tax credit as long as you have a qualifying child. If your unemployment had no federal tax withheld and was a significant amount, you may owe some tax on it. The child tax credit of $1,000 per qualifying child will help to offset the tax owed to 0. Go to http://www.irs.gov and look up Form 8812. If any part of your child tax credit is unused to offset tax....some of the remaining credit may be refundable to you.
by VAUGHAN018 years ago
WHAT IF MY TAX CREDIT IS MORE THAN MY TAXES, DO I GET A REFUND??
by triskiadeka7 years ago
I heard that the 2011 child tax credit will be only $500. What do you know about this ?I also heard that in 2011 we will have to claim our Health Insurance as income if it is a benefit from a job.....
by Sandmark8 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 maria123fam6 years ago
How come my child tax credits have been reduced
by dshlawren7 years ago
i have 6 children is there a limit to the child tax credit
by melguz227 years ago
Can a single mother or 3 claim the child tax credit if she was unemployed in 2010?Can a single mother or 3 children unemployed, and did not recieve and financial assistance or unemployment benefits, claim the child tax...
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