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December 2015

Tax Deal Makes Permanent Key Improvements to Working-Family Tax Credits

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This report discusses the bipartisan tax deal that permanently extends key improvements in the CTC and the EITC that were slated to expire after 2017.
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November 2015

Individual Taxpayer Identification Number

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This document explains An Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) is issued by the IRS to individuals who are required to have a U.S. taxpayer identification number but who do not have, and are not eligible to obtain, a Social Security number (SSN) issued by the Social Security Administration (SSA).
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January 2015

EITC and CTC Comparison Chart

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This chart compares EITC and CTC qualifications based on income, taxpayer ID number, filing status, age requirement, and child qualifications.
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January 2015

Immigrant Families

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This webpage includes strategies to assist immigrant workers with claiming their tax credits.
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Adoption Tax Credit Now More Valuable for Working Families

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The Adoption Tax Credit allows low and moderate income workers to receive a refund against adoption related expenses. This fact sheet explains the eligibility requirements, and provides a comparison of new rules enacted by Congress in 2010 and the effect of these rules on foster and adoptive parents.
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Q & A: Eligibility Rules for Immigrant Workers

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This fact sheet provides information for about EITC and CTC eligibility for working people who are immigrants.
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Information About Free Tax Filing Assistance

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As part of the CPBB's National EITC Outreach Campaign, this site provides information about free tax preparation services, alternatives to commercial tax providers, precautionary tips, tax preparation software, and links to additional resources.
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Q & A: Non Traditional Families

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Based on IRS rules, eligibility for the EITC and CTC is prioritized for parents who live with their children more than half of the year, even if other families who live with the child can also claim the credit. This fact sheet provides information about IRS rules around custody status and eligibility for the EITC and CTC.
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Paying for Child Care? The Child and Dependent Care Credit Could Help

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This fact sheet provides information about the CDCTC, eligibility, benefits to families, how to claim this credit, and where to find additional resources.