Earned Income Credit (EIC) Tax Information

The earned income credit, also known as the EIC, is a very important tax credit to accept in your federal tax return if you qualify for it. The EIC will help you to reduce the amount of money you owe in taxes or give you a bigger refund. However, it is important to make sure you qualify for it before accepting it.

The EIC is a tax credit. Tax credits help to reduce the amount of taxes you owe or increase the amount of your refund.

To qualify, Parts A, B, and D must apply to you if you have children or parts A, C, D must apply to you if you don’t have children. To learn about more about part A, B, C, and D, please view IRS publication 17, Chapter 36. You can also view it by clicking here.

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i have my grand daughter living with me she is 3 yrs old and an 18 yr old that i claim. the 18 yr old worked last year i was wpndering if ishouuld claim he w2 on mine or have him file on hes own

I make under 50,000 a year and can’t recieve the EIC? And I’m always paying back the state of Colorado? Yes I’m a federal employee.

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