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Children

Year End Tax Planning & the Kiddie Tax - IRC §1(g)(2) - IRS Form 8615, one of the most common year end tax planning considerations revolving around the implications of sheltering and feeding fully grown and educated children. In that flying the coop has become increasingly...

As 2021 comes to a close, eight issues to watch for as you prepare to have your 2021 income tax returns filed: required minimum distributions (RMD); charitable contributions; child & dependent care credit; child tax credit; education benefits; qualified principal residence debt cancellation exclusion; premium...

Wading through the convolution required to identify specifically who qualifies as a relative for income tax reporting purposes oftentimes can be difficult, not because the actual tax code is difficult to understand in these regards or even subject to much interpretation.  No, it is difficult...

Our esteemed President has proven to me to be extraordinarily disingenuous with his statements about the middle class and their purported tax obligations as pretty much everyone's taxes will go up in 2013 as a direct result of the cumulative efforts of our 'elected officials'...

Generally the five tax benefits of having children are the: dependency exemption, child tax credit, earned income credit (EIC), child and dependent care credit and head of household filing status. These benefits can be split only when the parents are separated under a divorce or separation...

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