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TaxCreditResources.org is operated by Community Resources Information, Inc. (www.communityresourcesinfo.org). Community Resources Information, Inc. (CRI) is a non-profit, charitable (501c3) organization. CRI is not affiliated with any government agency. It provides this web site free to individuals as part of its mission to help persons find the resources they need to improve their lives.
We at CRI take our work seriously and make every effort to be accurate in the information we provide on this web site. Nevertheless, eligibility requirements and information on tax credits can be complicated and can quickly change. Furthermore, officials in federal, state, and local government programs, who have responsibility for the administration of tax credits we describe, may interpret eligibility requirements for these credits in a manner different than our own. We cannot guarantee that the information you read on this web site will always be right or that the recommendations we make regarding eligibility for certain benefits will be accurate in all instances. If you believe that certain information we have posted on this web site is out-of-date, or inaccurate, or insufficient, or misleading in some way, we would greatly appreciate your telling us this so that we may look into correcting the possible error. Our e-mail address is:
We also take protecting your privacy very seriously and have designed the web site in ways that allow us to do so. The TaxCreditResources.org web site asks for personal and financial information about users when completing an eligibility check. Information asked in the eligibility checks is done with the purpose of attempting to determine whether a person is likely to qualify or not for a particular tax credit. However, we do not ask personal identifying information (such as your name or your Social Security number) nor do we read the information that is entered in these eligibility checks.
You should expect that we at CRI have the intention of providing useful and accurate information on this web site. You should also realize that we are not perfect and may, on occasion, make mistakes. Also, information can change rapidly and we may not always be able to keep up with these changes or know about them ahead of you. Finally, there may be differences in opinion on how eligibility criteria are determined which could make what we say on this web site different from what a government tax official, certified public account, or tax professional would conclude.
It is our hope that in using this web site, you may come to better understand some of the different types of tax credits that exist, both at the federal and state levels, and the likelihood of your being eligible for them or not. However, we are neither the official nor final say on whether or not you may qualify to claim a particular tax credit when filing a federal or state income tax return. This is up to the agencies who run these programs.
Should you choose to use the Eligibility Check features on this web site to see whether you likely qualify for a benefit or not, we expect that you will provide accurate information. Entering misleading or inaccurate information, whether deliberately or by mistake, will very likely result in an invalid response. In order to provide good feedback to you, it is necessary that you answer the questions in a truthful manner and without typographic mistakes. Since only you, the user (and anyone else who can also view the screen you are using), will know the responses we provide when you test your eligibility using one of our Eligibility Checks, there is no reason to enter anything other than accurate information. When you receive a response after completing an Eligibility Check, you should examine it carefully to make sure there were no mistakes made in answering the questions. If we tell you something that is not true about yourself (such as your citizenship status or your monthly income), it will likely be that you made a mistake in completing the questions. Please review the answers you enter carefully so as to avoid inaccurate responses due to typographic mistakes.
Occasionally, a mistake may occur in an Eligibility Check. It is possible that we could tell you that you are eligible for a tax credit when you are not or, alternatively, that we tell you that you are not eligible for one when you are. Should you suspect an error (for example you think you are eligible, but we say you most likely are not) you should ignore our feedback and consult a tax advisor. If it turns out you are correct and we were not, we would greatly appreciate being informed so that we may look into correcting any mistake on our part. Determining a person's eligibility for certain tax credits can be very complicated and it is possible that we may occasionally make errors.
All content and feedback provided on this web site is for informational purposes only and is intended only for persons living in the United States of America (or citizens of the U.S.A who are living overseas). Community Resources Information, Inc. (CRI) disclaims all responsibility for any decisions that users may make, for themselves or for someone else, based on the content or feedback. In using this web site, you agree to hold CRI harmless for any and all decisions or actions taken or not taken. The information provided on this web site is not intended to replace professional advice and opinions. CRI does not specifically endorse or recommend any tax preparation businesses or tax credits described or listed on this web site.
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