What is the Credit for Other Dependents ("Family Tax Credit")?

Modified on Wed, 24 Jan 2024 at 01:54 PM

Per the IRS, taxpayers with dependents who don't qualify for the Child Tax Credit may be able to claim the Credit for Other Dependents. This is a non-refundable credit. It can reduce or, in some cases, eliminate a tax bill but the IRS cannot refund the taxpayer any portion of the credit that may be left over.

 

How do I claim the Credit for Other Dependents?

The Credit for Other Dependents may be claimed for:

  • Dependents of any age, including those who are age 18 or older.

  • Dependents who have Social Security numbers or individual taxpayer identification numbers.

  • Dependent parents or other qualifying relatives supported by the taxpayer.

  • Dependents living with the taxpayer who aren't related to the taxpayer.

The credit is effective until 2025. The credit begins to phase out when the taxpayer’s income is more than $200,000. For married couples filing a joint tax return, this phaseout begins at $400,000.

 

How much is the Credit for Other Dependents in 2023?

The maximum amount for the credit is $500 in 2023 for each qualifying dependent.

 

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