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New parents have always had people to offer advice on how to handle a sleepless child or colicky baby, but usually the help came from family or a book. You cannot add your daughter’s income to your return, even if it increases your Earned Income Credit (EIC). The IRS is very strict about the EIC and if they think you committed fraud in an attempt to get more EIC, they will cut you off from getting EIC for 10 years into the future! And they could charge you a . B onnie had been adding her son’s interest income to her tax return for many years. That was a $1, mistake. She was overpaying Uncle Sam and never realized it. It is easy to understand why Bonnie reported her son’s interest income as her own.
Carol Topp January 13, in Babysitters Comments I see he does not have to pay taxes on it. Since I claim him, do I have to pay unemployed teen parent
on his income? You should not claim his income on your tax return. It is his earned income, not yours.