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  2. Earned income tax credit - Wikipedia

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    Tax Credit for case of one qualifying child. With one child and parent filing singly or as head of household, as of 2020: For income between $10,540 and $19,330, the tax credit is a constant "plateau" at $3,584. For income over $41,765, the tax credit is zero. This is represented by the lightest blue, solid line:

  3. IRS tax forms - Wikipedia

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    Form 8812 The Additional child tax credit is a refundable tax credit. Form 8822 , Change of Address, is used to report a change of address to the Internal Revenue Service . Form 8850 , Pre-Screening Notice and Certification Request for the Work Opportunity Credit, is used in implementation of the federal government's Work Opportunity Tax Credit ...

  4. IRS sets the record straight: We’re going after tax evaders ...

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    IRS Criminal Investigation oversees the entirety of the work related to criminal violations of the tax law and other financial crimes. This is consistent with other federal law enforcement agencies.

  5. Federal Unemployment Tax Act - Wikipedia

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    Amount of tax. Until June 30, 2011, the Federal Unemployment Tax Act imposed a tax of 6.2%, which was composed of a permanent rate of 6.0% and a temporary rate of 0.2%, which was passed by Congress in 1976. The temporary rate was extended many times, but it expired on June 30, 2011. Effective July 1, 2011, the rate decreased to 6.0%.

  6. Form 1040 - Wikipedia

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    Form 1040 (officially, the "U.S. Individual Income Tax Return") is an IRS tax form used for personal federal income tax returns filed by United States residents. The form calculates the total taxable income of the taxpayer and determines how much is to be paid or refunded by the government.

  7. 529 plan - Wikipedia

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    A 529 plan is a tax-advantaged investment vehicle in the United States designed to encourage saving for the future higher education expenses of a designated beneficiary. In 2017, K–12 public, private, and religious school tuition were included as qualified expenses for 529 plans along with post-secondary education costs after passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

  8. Head of Household - Wikipedia

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    Senator Mitt Romney, for instance, proposed in his "Family Security Act" to use the savings from eliminating the head of household status to partially fund a child allowance (which would replace the existing child tax credit) that provides $250 monthly per child ages 6–17 and $350 monthly per child ages 0–5 for all families with incomes ...

  9. Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 - Wikipedia

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    The IRS added together a $600 rebate for the parent and $600 for the two children to get $1,200, then subtracted the phaseout reduction of $750 ($50 for each $1,000 income above $75,000) to get $450. According to the IRS, the stimulus payment did not reduce taxpayers' 2008 refunds or increase the amount owed when filing 2008 returns.