stay at home mom, single, no income
i can not file taxes for child credit unless i have income?
i know my ex boyfriends sister does every year and gets money back and she has not worked for years, but she does get child support, is this why she can get 1000 back from IRS and I can not??
does this sound right?
so i get no child support and get no child credit (TAXES), while she gets child support so she gets money back from taxes? or do you think she has made another loop hole
is there a way I can get child credit when i had no taxable
income from last year
Asked by Anonymous at 11:02 AM on Jan. 24, 2011 in Money & Work
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