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Tax Planning for Divorce (Part 4-Child and Child Care Tax Credits)

Guest Post by John Ellsworth, Esq.

Even if your ex gets the dependency exemption for the child, you can continue to claim the child-care credit for work-related expenses you incur to care for a child under age 13, if you have custody.

But only the parent who claims a child as a dependent may claim the $1,000 child tax credit.

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  5. Tax Planning for Divorce (Part 5-Payments to Your Ex)

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