The earned income tax credit (EITC) rewards work and lifts families out of poverty. The program seeks to maximize participation of eligible taxpayers and reduce payments to ineligible taxpayers. No, President Obama is not trying to take it away.
I haven't seen anything that suggests that. Considering it's a form of welfare that gives you back a tax return for money you never paid, I would imagine he'd be looking to expand the program. I don't think Obama ever saw a welfare program he didn't love.
by Danielle Edgar 6 years ago
Can I file and receive the child credit while having no earned income for the year?I am a single mother to a disabled 2 yr. old. I receive SSI in the child's name and sporadic child support payments. I haven't worked since shortly before the child was born.
by noc4hire 7 years ago
What is earned income credit?
by Garry Reed 12 months ago
I’ve been writing for HubPages for 1 year now and I’m signed up for all of their income producing programs. As of July 10, 2017 I’ve EARNED the whopping total of <SNIPPED>.However, I have never ever RECEIVED a penny of it. Is there some earning threshold I have to meet before any of it...
by amy326204 6 years ago
Ok, so I work for my father and he pays me cash, total this year I earned $15,600, I make $300 a week. I am married but my husband has been out of work this year, we have two kids together so since I get a 1099 and not a W2 am I still eligible for the earned income from the kids or no because it is...
by dfletch0614 7 years ago
If received unemployment in 2010 do I qualify for the earned income credit ?
by InfoFinder 6 years ago
What is an earned income tax credit?Does anyone have information on how this tax credit works for families filing regular tax returns.
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