*Special note about qualifying children: filers with children older than 19 may qualify if the children are disabled or are full-time students. You can learn more about the exact eligibility requirements elsewhere on this Website or at www.irs.gov.
IT'S EASY TO CLAIM YOUR TAX CREDITS
1. Find a FREE tax site near you. Go to the IRS website or call 1-800-829-1040.
2. Make sure you're eligible for the EITC and the Child Tax Credit by reading through this flyer. You can still file your taxes for free even if you do not qualify for the tax credits.
3. File your taxes! Visit a free site by April 15 to file your taxes and receive your money in a tax refund. For a list of what to bring, print out our checklist. (You can claim the tax credits even if you cannot find a free tax site near you.)
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