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When it comes to doing taxes, many individuals just know the basics. Many of them forgo tax benefits such as the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the Child Tax Credit because they are not well-informed or have simply not heard of them. Miami Tax Pros wants to make sure you know where to turn to for answers to all your questions and help put more money in your pocket.
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With tax season underway, Miami Tax Pros is helping qualifying individuals and families gain access to professional free tax preparation and filing services, as well as the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and other tax benefits.
Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)
You can review this page for the latest information directly provided by the IRS.
|Children or relatives
|Filing as single, head of household
|Filing as married filing jointly|
|3 or more||$53,057||$59,187|
Investment income limit: $10,300 or less
Maximum Credit Amounts
The maximum amount of credit:
- No qualifying children: $560
- 1 qualifying child: $3,733
- 2 qualifying children: $6,164
- 3 or more qualifying children: $6,935
To qualify for either credit, you must be a U.S. citizen or resident alien with a valid Social Security number.
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2022 Important Filing Updates:
There are several important updates taxpayers should keep in mind for this year’s filing season:
- If you received advance payment of the Child Tax Credit, the IRS will send you Letter 6419 in January 2022 to provide the total amount of advance Child Tax Credit payments that you received in 2021. You will need to keep this and any other IRS letters you received about advance CTC payments you received.
- Individuals who didn’t qualify for the third Economic Impact Payment or did not receive the full amount may be eligible for the Recovery Rebate Credit based on their 2021 tax situation.
Remember, advance stimulus payments received separately are not taxable, and they do not reduce the taxpayer’s refund when they file in 2022
TO BRING ON THE DAY OF THE APPOINTMENT:
- To file taxes electronically on a married-filing-joint tax return, both spouses must sign the required forms.
- Scanned original of Social Security Cards for taxpayer, spouse if married, and any dependents being claimed ITIN applications and renewals are free when you file a federal tax return.
- Picture ID for taxpayer and spouse (must be a Driver’s License, state-issued ID card, or other official document)
- All W-2’s for all places worked in the previous year
- Voided check or savings account number on a bank document for direct deposit
- If you received a Premium Tax Credit in the previous year through the Affordable Care Act marketplace, form 1095-A.
- Total amount of Economic Impact (Stimulus) Payment received
- Copies of any 1099’s issued
- Bank account interest year-end statements
- Student loan interest statement
- Proof of child care expenses paid (statement from provider with EIN# or Social Security number)
- Statement of post-secondary education tuition expenses paid
- Social Security year-end statements
- Any other documents related to taxes
- Copy of last year’s taxes
- Copies of last year’s mortgage interest statements
- Real estate taxes statement
- Proof of charitable donations
- Statement of work-related expenses
- Auto registration and taxes paid in the previous year
Why pay to file your taxes when you can file for free with an IRS-certified tax preparer?
If you earned $58,000 or less, you can prepare your own taxes safely and conveniently online. This resource will guide you step-by-step through preparing your own tax return and has many safeguards to ensure you get the best return possible. There is tax and customer support available 24/7, and you can find help with all the tax credits, itemized deductions and even small business income.
You may be eligible to get your taxes prepared with the help of Miami Tax Pros for free if one or more of the following are true:
- You speak limited or no English
- You are a person with a disability
- You are age 60 or older
- You are above the income threshold but have experienced financial hardship due to COVID-19
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MyFreeTaxes is a resource that will guide you step-by-step through preparing your own tax return and has many safeguards to ensure you get the best return possible.