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Find helpful articles, news, and the latest on IRS policy changes.


Child tax credit payments: Here's how to get the rest of your money in 2022

January 11, 2022

Tax season starts Jan. 24 which means you can file your taxes with the IRS in just under a week. When you do so, you can claim the rest of your enhanced child tax credit money. The payments ended in December, but there's still more money parents will receive with their 2021 tax refunds.

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Child tax credit: Keep IRS Letter 6419 to get the rest of your money

January 10, 2022

The IRS said it started sending out Letter 6419 to families in late December and will continue sending it through January. If you haven't received the letter yet, keep an eye on your mailbox, because you'll need it when you file your taxes this year. The note contains important information about your child tax credit payments that you'll need to double-check for accuracy -- for instance, the number of dependents used to determine the amount of money you get.

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The child care tax credit doubles this year: Here's how to claim up to $16,000

January 18, 2022

Thanks to a one-time expansion of the credit in the American Rescue Plan Act, parents who paid for childcare in 2021 are eligible to receive up to 50% of their childcare expenses back as a tax break or refund. The amount of tax credit you'll be able to claim maxes out at $8,000 for one dependent and $16,000 for two or more. The catch? You'll need all your receipts and other monetary proof to make sure you can claim the tax break when you file your income tax return. 

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