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Child is 18 can you get earned income credit for her?

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2009-01-03 05:11:14
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Check irs.gov. It probably depends on whether she is still a full time student and is your dependent.

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I assume you mean earned income credit. Assuming you are qualified by the child being yours or a qualified relative, they must be 18 or under, 24 and under if a full time student, receiving over half their support from you and not working, and your income being within the guidelines of EITC.


just went and did our taxes..my husband was on unemployment all year with no earned income and we didnt qualify for EIC or Child tax credit and have a 18 month old son. sucks but whos gonna take on the IRS



It's based on your income and credit history.


My child was in the Job Corps last year, can I still claim him on my federal income taxes as a dependant?


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yes but you will need to have credit to do so, also an income


18-55% of gross icome, but I've seen orders as high as 120% of net income.



Generally, no, but their parents or guardian (if the parents refuse) can do it for them.


You must be at least 18 years of age to apply for credit in the US. However, you must have a co-signer and/or proof of adequate income. To independently get a credit card you must be 21.


If the parents are the primary card holders and let the child use the card, yes. If the child is a minor, yes. If the parents are a co-signer for the account, yes. If the child is over 18 and the credit card is their own, no.


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IF you did NOT have any qualified EARNED income pay wages. self employment, etc that you worked for (EARNED INCOME) then you would NOT be qualified for any of the EITC amount. Did you qualify for and file a 2007 1040 federal income tax return for the tax year 2007 in the year 2008 and receive the economic stimulus payment in the year 2008 IF you qualified for it???? If you were qualified for and did NOT file the 2007 1040 income tax return you have until April 18, 2011 to file the 2007 1040 income tax return before the economic stimulus payment will no longer be available to you. To check and see if you qualify go to the IRS gov website to look at the requirements for this purpose use the search box for Economic Stimulus Payment Q and A Eligibility


From my personal experience, you can be any age, if you have a child under the age of 5 years old. It all depends on your income, or if you are under 18 years old. then it goes off your parents income also if you are unemployed it will go off who ever is supporting you, their income. From my personal experience, you can be any age, if you have a child under the age of 5 years old. It all depends on your income, or if you are under 18 years old. then it goes off your parents income also if you are unemployed it will go off who ever is supporting you, their income.


No, the only thing that can reduce the amount you now pay is a reduction in income, but even then you will need to go to court to have the order of support changed. Unless of course you need to pay child support for the new child as well, then each child will receive a lesser amount than the one, but more total. In Nevada it is 22% of your income for the first child, 18% if more than one ( meaning that each child will receive 18% )


You can get a credit card before that, although you need to have an adult 18 or older to register it, so when your 18 you are considered an adult and you can get a credit card


Make sure that he is held responsible for as much of the expence for the care and maintainance of your child as posible.



The age is 18 and with most dealerships you have to have good credit to buy a car. So if your son has a bill in his name or a credit card, the dealership can pull up his credit, and he must be approved. Also, he must have a job or a document showing that he has a steady income coming in.


Under 18 and/or caretaker relative of child under 18; or over 65; or permanently and totally disabled; and meet citizenship requirements and have limited income/assets.



is child support payed if mother dies and child is 18.



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