Under the law passed today in Congress, the child tax credit changes substantially for 2021. If you have a current case involving, child support, custody, or paternity, you should review the changes for your situation because it raises the amount and differs depending upon the age of the child. You should contact your attorney, your tax adviser, or if you do not have an attorney consult one. The credit becomes fully refundable. It does have a phase out, but it is for very high income earners. For an article discussing the changes along with a calculator check here https://www.kiplinger.com/taxes/602378/congress-passes-3000-child-tax-credit-for-2021
Prepared by Richard A. Mann of Mann Law, P.C. Attorneys at Law, www.rmannlawoffice.com
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