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Minnesota Child and Dependent Care Credit

Who is Eligible If you paid someone to care for your child or other qualifying person so that you (and your spouse, if filing a joint return) could work or look for work, you may be eligible for a credit based on your qualified expenses...

Child and Dependent Care Credit Qualifications

To claim the credit for child and dependent care expenses, you must meet ALL five conditions below: Your filing status may be single, head of household, qualifying widow(er) with dependent child, or married filing jointly. The care...

MN M1CD, Child and Dependent Care Credit

The qualified expenses and qualifying persons are the same for the Minnesota credit as for the federal credit for child and dependent care expenses. This information is automatically carried to your state return. There are a few...

New Mexico Child Day Care Credit

The Child Day Care Credit may not exceed $1,200 ($600 for a married taxpayer filing a separate return). To claim the credit you must: have a Modified Gross Income of $30,160 or less; be a resident of New Mexico during the tax year; furnish...

Can I claim credit if I paid child care expenses for someone who is not my dependent?

Please review the following information below to determine if you have a Qualifying Person(s) to claim the Child Care Credit. Qualifying Persons that are not claimed as dependents. Your disabled spouse who is not physically or mentally...

How do I claim the Credit for Child and Dependent Care Expenses if my spouse was a student or disabled?

qualifying child for the purposes of receiving Earned Income Credit (EIC). John will claim their son on his return for EIC, and Mary will claim their son to receive the exemption for him as her dependent. On John's return, he would list his son's...

Ten Tips on Tax Credits for Child and Dependent Care Expenses

If you paid someone to care for your child, spouse, or dependent last year, you may qualify to claim the Child and Dependent Care Credit when you file your federal income tax return. Below are 10 things the IRS wants you to know about...

What is a "Qualifying Child"?

A “ qualifying child ” may enable a taxpayer to claim several tax benefits, such as Head of Household filing status, the exemption for a dependent, the child tax credit, the child and dependent care credit and the earned income...

Child Tax Credit

The Child Tax Credit is a credit offered by the IRS that may reduce your tax liability by as much as $1,000 for each of your qualifying children. However, it is important to note that the Child Tax Credit is a nonrefundable...

Why isn't my credit for dependent care expenses showing up?

This article is intended for users who are attempting to take the Credit for Dependent Care Expenses, but it does not appear to be calculating on their return. If you did not pay for child care expenses, no credit should be calculating...