how much do you have to earn to qualify for the earned tax credit for 2014?

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Answered: 2011 & 2012 Earning Info.

You won't get any help here on AOL Answers. You should get payroll stubs from your employer, and a W-2 at the end of the year. And your tax return would show your income.

Answered: Income tax

If they didn't pay you until January 1, 2012, then the W2 was correct even though you were earning the money in 2011. But then the month of December 2012 might be paid in January 2013, so it is not unfair. Most people would prefer to have December earnings paid in January so it's not taxed right ...

Answered: Peace Crop workers and the Earned Income Credit

I would try the benefits section in the Peace corp site for info. http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=resources.former.benefits

Answered: What is the earned income tax credit this year

Nothing if you have no earn income

Answered: How to earn money online?safe way plz.?‎

Brother you can earn online as there are many websites where you can use you skills and can make enough money.like freelancer ,elance as well as there are also many paid to click websites you can also try these website.

Answered: SSI in louisiana

Bobbie, please explain just how receiving $9696.00 annually in Social Security Disability is earned income.
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Earned Income tax credit

you should get EIC

Earned income tax credit

You need a child to get an EIC

I am currently in USA with H4 Visa, can I earn from online?

You probably won't replace a job by doing surveys, but I do earn a couple hundred a month by doing surveys and watching videos (www.swagbucks.com/refer/cfrane). The great part is you don't have to wait til you earn hundreds to cash out. You can get your reward with as little as $5 or up to $250 at a ...

Is there an energy tax credit for 2012

For solar or wind. The credit for energy improvements to your home (windows, doors, etc.) has expired.