When to expect your refund if you claim the eitc or additional child tax credit?

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When to Expect Your Refund if You Claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit or Additional Child Tax Credit If you claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC), your refund may be delayed. You can expect to get your refund as soon as the first week of March if: You file your return online

When to Expect Your Refund if You Claimed the Earned ?

If you claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC), you can expect to get your refund as soon as the first week of March if: You file your return online You choose to get your refund by …

What is the Additional Child Tax Credit? According to the PATH Act, the IRS cannot issue refunds before February 15 for any filer claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit or the Additional Child Tax Credit. The rule applies to your entire refund, so you won't get separate checks for the portions of your refund that are or aren't associated with the Additional Child Tax Credit.

When Can You File Your Taxes This Year? However, don't expect your refund before the first week of March if you claim the earned income tax credit or the additional child tax credit. By …

What Is the Additional Child Tax Credit?

If your child tax credit is more than the amount of federal income tax you owe, you may be eligible for the additional child tax credit. Up to $1,400 of the credit can be refundable for each qualifying child as the additional child tax credit. Even if you don’t owe any tax, you may receive this refund.

Can i get both the earned income credit and additional ?

However, if you qualify for the Child Tax Credit but do not receive the full amount, and if your earned income is greater than $3,000, you might be eligible for the Additional Child Tax credit. The amount will vary from $1 if your earned income was $3,004, up to $1,000 if your earned income was $9,666 or more.

When Can I Expect My Tax Refund? Finally, there are certain tax credits that will automatically delay your refund if you claim them early in the season -- the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the Additional Child Tax Credit

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