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Publication 972, Child Tax Credit, is obsolete; we are not issuing it for tax year 2021. We revised Schedule 8812 (Form 1040), Credit for Qualifying Children and Other Dependents, to be the sole source for figuring and reporting the child tax credit (CTC) and credit for other dependents (ODC).
The child tax credit is a federal tax benefit that plays an important role in providing financial support for American taxpayers with children. People with kids under the age of 17 may be eligible to claim a tax credit of up to $2,000 per qualifying dependent. For 2023, $1,600 of the credit is potentially refundable.
What this letter is about. To help taxpayers reconcile and receive 2021 CTC, the IRS is sending Letter 6419, Advance Child Tax Credit Reconciliation from late December 2021 through January 2022. Taxpayers should keep this, and any other IRS letters about advance CTC payments, with their tax records.
The child tax credit is a federal tax benefit that plays an important role in providing financial support for American taxpayers with children. People with kids under the age of 17 may be eligible to claim a tax credit of up to $2,000 per qualifying dependent. For 2023, $1,600 of the credit is potentially refundable.
Excess Advance Child Tax Credit Payment Amount: If your advance Child Tax Credit payments exceeded the amount of Child Tax Credit you can properly claim on your 2021 tax return, you may need to repay to the IRS some or all of that excess payment.
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Up to $1,500 per qualifying child in 2023 is refundable with the Additional Child Tax Credit. You can find out if youre eligible for this refundable credit by completing the worksheet in IRS Form 8812.
The federal child tax credit (CTC) is a partially refundable credit that allows low- and moderate-income families to reduce their tax liability dollar-for-dollar by up to $2,000 for each qualifying child. The credit phases out depending on the modified adjusted gross income amounts for single filers or joint filers.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 doubled the tax credit to $2,000 and made limits to the refundable amount of up to $1,400 per child. It also introduced phase out thresholds and rates for higher-income taxpayers. The act is temporary and will expire on Dec. 31, 2025.

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