there is nothing you can do by way of the IRS. Can you request this from the father?
I am not a tax attorney, however my understanding is that the rebate may be based on 2007 taxes, but is a credit against 2008 taxes. IF that is the case and 2008 is your year, your spouse may owe you for the decreased tax benefit.
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My understanding is that it is NOT a credit like they did in 2001. Everyone seems to go back and forth but it seems from everything i’ve read lately that this time it’s different.
I have been listening to the president about the upcoming Economic Stimulus Package where taxpayers would get $300 for each child. I have researched and found it will be based on the tax returns for 2007. In my case, my ex and I alternate claiming my daughter each year. She lives with me 365 days a year and I have full custody of her. Since this is his year to claim her on taxes, he will get the check from the government for her. Is there any way to change that? I feel that I should get the money since she lives with me and only sees her dad a few times a year. I am sure I am not the only parent in this situation. Any suggestions?