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Get up to $3600 per child

Have you claimed the Child Tax Credit? 
If you haven’t filed taxes recently, you could be missing out on as much as $3600 per child. You could be eligible, even if you don’t normally file taxes or have recent income. This money is not a loan.
CHILD TAX CREDIT
It’s simple. It’s safe. It’s yours.

Sign up by November 15 at GetCTC.org

frequently asked questions

Most families in the US are eligible to receive $3600 per child under age 6, and $3000 per child ages 6-17. This money is not a loan: you don’t have to pay it back, and you don’t have to pay taxes on it.

Right now, people who made little or no income last year can still receive the Child Tax Credit, without filing a tax return—as long as you sign up before November 15. You can sign up in English or Spanish with a quick form at GetCTC.org. You can use this form if you’re unmarried and made less than $12,400 last year, or if you’re married and made less than $24,800 together with your spouse. 

If you made more than that amount last year, then you’ll need to wait to file taxes next year (starting February 2022) to receive the benefit.

Most families in the US are eligible to receive $3600 per child under age 6, and $3000 per child ages 6-17. This money is not a loan: you don’t have to pay it back, and you don’t have to pay taxes on it.

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