The child tax credit is worth up to $1,000 for each qualifying child, as of 2015, reports About.com. The amount phases down gradually once a taxpayer's income reaches a maximum level. If child tax credits reduce federal ... More »

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To qualify for the child tax credit, an individual must first determine eligibilityby considering the child's age, relationship to the adult, support, dependent status, citizenship, length of residency and family income,... More »

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For the 2013 tax year, eligible filers could claim up to 35 percent of their qualifying care costs for the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit, according to the Internal Revenue Service website. Qualifying filers claimin... More »

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To qualify for the child tax credit, an individual must first determine eligibilityby considering the child's age, relationship to the adult, support, dependent status, citizenship, length of residency and family income,... More »

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The 2014 child tax credit is a standard $1,000 credit per child, although there are some limitations. The credit starts to phase out when married couples filing jointly have a modified adjusted gross income of more than ... More »

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Taxpayers fill out quarterly Internal Revenue Service Form 1040-ES estimated tax vouchers with their name, address, Social Security number and the amount of the payment they enclose, reports About.com. To calculate the a... More »

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As of 2015, North Carolina does not collect an inheritance tax or an estate tax, explains Julie Garber for About.com. Prior to Jan. 1, 2005, North Carolina imposed a pick-up tax on estates, meaning the state collected ta... More »

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