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 What is the earned income credit limit for 2008?

Answer In 2008 the maximum earned income tax credit for people with two or more qualifying children was $4,824. The maximum earned income tax credit for people with one qualifying child was $2,917. The ma... Read More »
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What is the earned income credit limit?

The maximum earned income credit for 2009 and 2010 taxes is $48,279 for married taxpayers with three or more children.Source:Earned Income Tax Credit
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What is the salary limit for the earned income credit?

For the 2009 tax year, the limit is $13,440 for single tax filers or $18,440 for married filing jointly with no children; $35,463 single or $40,463 married filing jointly with one child; $40,295 si... Read More »
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Is there a minimum income to file for earned income credit?

There are no minimum income level requirements to file for the earned income credit. According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), several rules are in place regarding earned income tax credit e... Read More »
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Does sick pay qualify as income for the earned income credit?

Sick pay does fall under earned income. The Internal Revenue Service allows two ways to make earned income: either someone you work for pays you or you work in your own business, so sick pay would ... Read More »
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