ANSWER: To qualify for head of household filing status, you must have a qualifying child or a dependent. Although, a custodial parent may be eligible to claim head of household filing status based on a child even if he or she released a claim to exemption for the child.
ANSWER: Many business owners are reluctant to write off the business use of their home for fear of being audited. But home office expenses are legitimate tax deductions you shouldn’t miss out on. The space you claim as a home office should be used exclusively and regularly for that purpose.
ANSWER: Unemployment income is taxable and should be included in your income for the year. Some states also count unemployment benefits as taxable income. When it’s time to file your taxes, you will receive Form 1099-G which will show the amount of unemployment income you received.
ANSWER: Methods to tell the IRS your address has changed:
ANSWER: The Earned Income Tax Credit is a tax credit for low to middle income wage earners that has lifted millions of people out of poverty. However many people still miss it. They miss it because many think they don’t make enough to file their taxes so they don’t claim it or their income changed but they are not aware that they can qualify. You have to file to get this tax credit.
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