Last updated 7:08AM ET
December 15, 2017
Nebraska News
Nebraska News
Tax credit help is available
(2007-01-29)
(NET Radio) - Millions of dollars in federal tax credits are available to many Nebraskans and they may not even know it. The State is partnering with community organizations in an effort to help low to middle income families receive the tax credits they've earned. Karen Parde of the State Health Human Services System says many families that are entitled to receive federal tax credits don't file for them. "In a lot of cases it's just a lack of knowledge, they don't know there available or they just don't know themselves how to prepare their income tax," she said. "They don't know how to fill out the forms correctly on their own." Federal tax credits include Earned Income Tax Credit up to 45-hundred dollars, the Child Tax Credit up to 1-thousand per child, and the Child and Dependent Care Credits up to 21-hundred dollars. Free tax preparation sites are set up across the state to help those who qualify.

For more information call 211, or 877-659-7870

HHSS partners are the AARP's Tax-Aide program, Community Action of Nebraska, EITC Coalition (Omaha), EITC Coalition (Lincoln), Human Services Federation, the Internal Revenue Service, The Nebraska Children and Families Foundation, and the United Way of the Midlands.
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