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To calculate the tax credit for childcare expenses, multiply your qualifying expenses by the tax credit rate for your family income. The amount of your qualifying expenses is the lesser of the following: your childcare expenses that qualify for the credit for the year; the childcare expense limit.What is earned income child credit?
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) helps support working individuals and parents by supplementing a fixed percentage of their household income until the maximum credit is reached. The maximum credit increases for each child, with the 2021 tax year payments being $3,618 for one child, $5,980 for two children and $6,728 for three or more children.What is Max child care credit?
For child care credit purposes you are limited to claiming the credit on up to $3,000 of qualifying expenses per child up to a maximum of two children. Accordingly, the most child care expense you can consider for tax credit purposes is $6,000.