what percent is on income tax of $7,000.00 income?

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$500,000.00 is five hundred thousand dollars.

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Not sure what you're asking. Do you mean earned income credit? Child has to be younger than you. Under 19, unless a full-time student, then it's under 24. If the child is disabled, there is no age limit. If you're asking if a child can receive an earned income credit, they cannot. Minimum age ...

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17 percent = 17/100 times $80,000 = $13,600.
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Can someone tell me how i can get a transcript of my 2007 income tax

Who is "they". The IRS can provide you with a transcript. Go to your local IRS help center for assistance.

What are my income taxes on 4800.00

If you have no other income, zero. If this is self employment income however, you will owe self employment tax.

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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 ...

Will there be a 6,000 credit given to homeowner this year when you file

There is a home buyer's credit not a home owner's credit. It is available for 1st time buyers and for repeat buyers that had been in their previous home for at least 5 years. The article is posted at www.irs.gov