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February 2017

Measuring Lobbying: Expenditure Test

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The Expenditure Test is a more specific standard that the IRS uses to measure a nonprofit’s lobbying activities, if a nonprofit has elected to use this standard.
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February 2017

Lobbying

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This webpage provides a basic overview of the limitations on lobbying for 501(c)(3) organizations under the IRS rules.
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February 2017

Measuring Lobbying Activity: Substantial Part Test

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This is the standard that the IRS applies if a nonprofit organization has not elected to use the “Expenditure Test."
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January 2017

Disability and Earned Income Tax Credit

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This webpage provides information about what disability benefits apply as earned income for EITC, claiming a qualifying child with a disability, and more.
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January 2017

The Premium Tax Credit

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This IRS website provides basic information on eligibility for the premium tax credit, reporting changes in circumstance to the marketplace, and claiming the credit on federal tax returns. The website also links to IRS publications, regulations, and notices related to the premium tax credit.
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January 2017

Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) – Use the EITC Assistant to Find Out if You Should Claim it

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This current year EITC Assistant will help you: find out your filing status; find out if you are eligible for EITC; determine if your child or children meet the tests for a qualifying child; and estimate the amount of credit.
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December 2016

Topic 607 - Adoption Credit and Adoption Assistance Programs

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This page provides general information about the ATC including who can qualify, refund levels, and links to the necessary forms. The site also explains changes to the ATC over the past few years.
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December 2016

Innocent Spouse Relief (Including Separation of Liability and Equitable Relief)

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In some instances, married people can get relief from joint tax liability. This site describes three types of relief, including the Innocent Spousal Relief which provides relief if your spouse or former spouse failed to report income, reported income improperly or claimed improper deductions or credits.
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December 2016

Child and Dependent Care Expenses: For use in preparing 2016 Returns

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This booklet provides an overview of the CDCTC, explains which expenses qualify, and includes charts for determining eligibility and worksheets for correctly claiming the CDCTC on tax returns.
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December 2016

Child Tax Credit: For use in preparing 2016 Returns

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This booklet provides basic facts about the CTC, as well as worksheets to specifically determine the amount of CTC to claim on tax returns.
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November 2016

Free Tax Return Preparation for Qualifying Taxpayers

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The IRS VITA and Tax Counseling for the Elderly programs offer free tax help for taxpayers who qualify. This site provides basic information about these programs, how to find services by state, and what type of documentation is needed.
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November 2016

EITC Income Limits, Maximum Credit Amounts and Tax Law Updates

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This page has the 2016 tax year income limits, maximum EITC amount and the EITC-related tax law changes. Information for tax years 2013 through 2015, as well as a preview of tax year 2017, is also available.