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Connecticut Property Tax Credit

Connecticut residents must complete Schedule 3 to determine the amount of credit (if any) that may be taken against a Connecticut income tax liability. The credit is for property taxes paid during 2016 to a Connecticut political

Education Credit - Form 8863

There are two tax credits available to individuals who pay expenses for higher (post-secondary) education. They are: * The American Opportunity Credit, and * The Lifetime Learning Credit Can you claim more than one education credit

Arkansas Political Contribution Credit

Enter the amount of allowable State Political Contributions Credit(s) on this line. The allowable credit(s) cannot exceed $50 for Filing Status 1, 3, 5 or 6 or $100 total for Filing Status 2 or 4. A credit of up to $50.00 per taxpayer

Utah Retirement Tax Credit

Note : Any retirement credit that is more than the tax liability may not be carried back or forward. A. Taxpayers Age 65 or Older as of December 31, 2016 Each taxpayer (you, and/or your spouse if filing jointly) age 65 or older at the end

Lake County Credit

Lake County (Indiana) Residential Income Tax Credit You may be eligible to claim a Lake County (Indiana) residential income tax credit if you meet all three of the following requirements. 1. You paid property tax to Lake County (Indiana

American Opportunity Credit

This credit, originally created under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, has been extended through 2017. The credit can be up to $2,500 per eligible student and is available for the first four years of post secondary education

Iowa Tuition and Textbook Credit

Taxpayers who have one or more dependents attending Kindergarten through 12th grade in an accredited Iowa school may take a credit for each dependent for amounts paid for tuition and textbooks. Dependents must have attended a school

Georgia Rural Physicians Credit

Georgia provides for a $5,000.00 tax credit for rural physicians. The tax credit may be claimed for not more than five years. There is no carryover or carry-back available. The credit cannot exceed the taxpayer's income tax liability

Georgia Clean Energy Property Credit

In May 2008, Georgia enacted legislation establishing personal tax credits for clean energy equipment installed and placed into service. For clean energy property, installed for single-family residential purposes, the tax credit is equal

Georgia Low Emission Vehicle Credit

This is a credit of the lesser of 10% of the cost of the vehicle or $2,500, for the purchase or lease of a new low emission vehicle. There is also a credit for the conversion of a standard vehicle to a low emission vehicle which is equal