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I am a foreign student on F-1 visa who have been in the US

I am a foreign student on F-1 visa who have been in the US for 5 years. I didn't work in my first year here. I don't have a green card. If my income in 2015 falls within the specified range of the Earned Income Tax Credits, am I eligible to claim the Earned Income Tax Credits?

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I live in Alabama. My wife and I are raising a non immediate

I live in Alabama. My wife and I are raising a non immediate family member who is on Medicaid. I want to know if I claim her if it will affect any benefits. Thanks.

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My wife and I are resident alien and have SS number. but my

My wife and I are resident alien and have SS number. but my kids are no resident alien and do not have TAX id.I will apply for my kids' tax id with my 1040 tax return. Can we claim the EIT for me and my wife only in this return?

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My name is ***** ***** - I have a question about the EITC, I

Hello My name is ***** ***** - I have a question about the EITCJA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?Customer: I am helping my mother with taxes and she is a divorced woman who files as single. My brother and I live under her roof, but we both make enough money to support ourselves and pay for our own college. Last year, my mom's account didn't get her the EITC, however, I am doing her taxes right now and think she should be able to get the EITC, even though we are not dependents of her We just claim ourselves on our own taxes, both as single I am using TurboTax by the wayJA: OK got it. Last thing — Tax Professionals generally expect a deposit of about $32 to help with your type of question (you only pay if satisfied). Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.

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Married in 1993 but have always filed as single on tax's my

Married in 1993 but have always filed as single on tax's my health insurance ask now for SSN of all dependents because of new health care law will I now find myself in trouble with IRS .

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When calculating child support payments and the other party

When calculating child support payments and the other party has an income of $16000.00 does the EITC (earned income tax credit) of 3300.00 get factored into the end result, as well as, the child tax credit of 1,400.00. We are in the state of Idaho.

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I am a disabled/ retired army combat vet who does not get a

I am a disabled/ retired army combat vet who does not get a 1099r, however I receive SSD and will receive a 1099 for my property we are renting out. I do not work due to my disabilities. We also have 14 month old twin children.My wife is working part time and not making over the 13-14,000 threshold due to my SSD/ SSN.Questions:1. Are we eligible to file for taxes?2. Does she file HOH?3. Due to her working part time, does she need to reach a certain EIC level to file for taxes?4. We did not file last year to no 1099r and or 1099 for home rent.Please advise...Ty,Mike..

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I am 80 and retired . If my RMD is earned income can

Hello I am 80 and retired . If my RMD is earned income can I make a roth contribution of that amount ($1500) ?

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Megan, Can I claim EIC retirement on line 16b

Hi Megan, Can I claim EIC for qdro retirement on line 16b sinse it is eventually added to line 38 where the EIC is supposed to be figured from. My daughter is 100% disabled and lives with me and this is partly why I qualify for the credit. If I calculatedin error [I based it on line 38] is it likely that I will be penalized for 2 years?

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