The improved child tax credit is now available to low-income families for the second time, and they don’t even have to file taxes to get it.
Child tax credit outreach efforts have been restarted by the Biden administration, starting with families in the lowest income brackets, according to CNN.
For parents, the administration is referring them to a website. In this section, they will be able to input the necessary information to claim the credit they deserve. Online information is available at ChildTaxCredit.gov and GetCTC.org, both of which debuted on Wednesday.
Families may get up to $3,600 for each kid under the age of six. For children between the ages of 6 and 17, parents will get $3,000 per kid.
From July through December 2021, households received monthly payments of $300 or $250 in the form of a child tax credit. When parents submitted their 2021 repairs, they should have claimed the remaining $3,600 and $3,000 payments.
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