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Im a single parent filing head of household i have two

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Im a single parent filing head of household i have two children one is 17 and one is 14. I get no help other than employment in which I worked three jobs to make ends meet for the year of 2015 which I made 43,000.00 is there any tax breaks that we can claim for the year other than earned income and the child tax credit because from my tax return I didnt bring much back.
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Lev replied 9 months ago.

So far - based on your information - these are only allowed tax benefits.

Expert:  Lev replied 9 months ago.

In additional as you did not mentioned

- you may have child support which is not taxable.

- the child tax credit will be only until the child reach 17

- when your oldest enter into the collage - you will be able to claim some educational tax benefits.

Let me know if you own a home?

or may be you are attending the school by yourself?

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