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    Child tax credit checks for babies to some 24 year-olds: Here’s how much money you’ll get for your kids

    Calculate how much money you could get from the expanded 2021 child tax credit. Sarah Tew/CNET Starting this July, the first of seven checks that are part of the child tax credit for 2021 should start going out to you — unless you opt out of the monthly payments. The payments authorized in March’s stimulus bill mean half of what you’re due will arrive throughout the second part of 2021, and the other half in 2022. How the IRS will split payment schedule and the qualification rules can be confusing. For example, if your adjusted gross income for 2021 is above a certain amount, you could get less money. CNET’s child tax credit calculator below can help…

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    Your AGI is the key to how much second stimulus check money you get to keep. How to find it

    Your AGI is essential to your second stimulus test. We’ll present you the place to search out it in your taxes. Sarah Tew/CNET The second stimulus test is already beginning to hit People’ financial institution accounts, with funds of as much as $600 per eligible grownup and little one dependent arriving by Jan. 15 by direct deposit, mailed test or EIP card. The funds are a part of the $900 billion COVID reduction package deal signed into legislation by President Donald Trump on Dec. 27.  Much like the first spherical of stimulus cash despatched in spring 2020, the amount of cash you obtain on this second stimulus test is basically primarily based on a calculation…