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A child born to you qualifies as a dependant that has been living with you all year...even if they were born on New Year's Eve at 10:30 p.m
For 2010, a new baby also delivers a tax credit of up $1,000, even if the child was born late in the year. Unlike a deduction that reduces the amount of income the government gets to tax, a credit reduces your tax bill dollar-for-dollar.
You will be able to use the birth of your child for the EIC.
do you mean that shoud i indicte that the child has lived half of the year with me?
Yes, more than half the year, the child would be considered as been living with you for the whole year.
eve if the childis only 3months old?
Yes, if the child was born during the year, the child is considered to have lived with you for the entire year.
The time you were pregnant is considered.
can I ask another question?
very concise respond
Yes, please ask anything you want.
my husband has not file his income tax for 7 yrs , he gets cash only but he wants to file his income tax this year, he still get paid in cas.. since he has nt been file 7 yrs , that can bring him any problem when he file his income ta x for 2010?
im sorry my grammar in more prominent in spanish.
If he files with you, it could be a problem, as they will wonder why he did not file the previous years. However he should file, and if needed claim he did not have enough wages to have to file a tax return. You only have to file taxes if your wages are over a certXXXXX XXXXXmit.
Since your workweek, is m-s, and you did work over 40 hours for that week you are entitled to overtime.
Please ignore the last sentence.
what are the income limit to file?
what is the limited income a person should have to file a tax return?
You have to file a tax return if your gross income touched that figure or goes above it.Filing status: SINGLEIf your age at the end of 2010 was under 65= $ 9,350If you were 65 or older= $10,750Filing status: MARRIED FILING SEPARATELYIf both spouses were under 65 = $18,700If only one spouse was 65 or older = $19,800If both spouses were 65 or older = $20,900Filing status: MARRIED FILING SEPARATELYAny age = $ 3,650Filing status: HEAD OF HOUSEHOLDIf your age at the end of year 2010 was under 65=$12,050If you were 65 or older =$13,450Filing status: qualifying WIDOW or WIDOWER WITH DEPENDENT CHILDIf your age at the end of year 2010 was under 65 = $15,050If you were 65 or older= $16,150If you DID NOT LIVE WITH YOUR SPOUSE at the end of 2010 (or on the date your spouse died) Any age = $3,650
what about singles?
ok i got it
If your age at the end of 2010 was under 65= $ 9,350
but my friend is single .. her gross salary was 2300 during the entire year . with very little federal tax withheld.. so is not she entittled to file her tax return?
She can file her tax return, but you asked about her husband not filing I stated he can state he did not have to file for previous years if his income was lower than what is required.
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