What Was the EIC Tax Table for 2013?


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The 2013 Earned Income Tax Credit table indicates the maximum income to qualify for the tax credit by filing status and number of qualifying children. A married couple filing jointly with an income as high as $51,567 could receive the credit for 2013, according to the IRS.

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The Earned Income Tax Credit is a tax credit available to people of low to moderate income who file federal taxes that include earnings but not investment income of more than $3,300, according to the IRS. The maximum credits are available to filers with children, but people without children can qualify for smaller credits. The IRS website, IRS.gov, includes a tool that tax filers may use to determine their eligibility for the Earned Income Tax Credit. The tables indicate the maximum credit available for the 2013 tax year is $6,044.

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