2011 Earned Income Credit (EIC) Publication 596
The 2011 Earned Income Credit (EIC) chart / table
An expanded Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) means larger families will qualify for a larger credit, offering greater relief for people who struggled through difficult financial times last year, the Internal Revenue Service said today.
Check it out! You might be eligible for a tax credit. A tax credit is a dollar-for-dollar reduction of taxes owed. Some credits are even refundable. That means you might receive a refund rather than owe any taxes. Five Important Tax Credits Here are five popular credits you should consider before filing your 2008… Read More »
Here are the changes to the Earned Income Credit for 2008. The maximum amount of the Earned Income Credit (EIC) has increased. The most you can get is: $2,917 if you have one qualifying child $4,824 if you have more than one qualifying child or $438 if you do not have a qualifying child. The… Read More »