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If you pay alimony, the law provides you tax benefit. However, in order to get it, you have to notify the state. This can be done through the employer or directly through the IRS.
However, many employees do not know about this and do not consider it necessary to inform the employer about their personal problems. As a result, many of them pay the government more taxes than necessary.
The law distinguishes between two situations – exemption for parents who do not live together, and benefit for the parent, entered into a new relationship, but continued to pay child support for children from a previous relationship.
It should be emphasized that the law does not differentiate between parents who apply for a relationship officially, and parents, delivered a child out of wedlock.
What you need to do to realize the benefit retroactively and get a refund?
Refunds can be obtained for the last 6 years, that is, at the moment, you can realize benefits for the period from 2012 to 2017. Not implemented in a six-year term benefits expire and the money stays the state.
In specializing in the tax return of the company «Law and Finance», one of the few on the market that are licensed by the Tax Department, open a case only after filling in the questionnaire, with 97 percent probability indicates that the client on tax return. The company is simply unprofitable to open a case for the man who has no chance to return, since she earns money just for the tax refund to employees.
In «Law and Finance» trying to maximize the size of the refund. Don’t give up your right to money from the state.
Contact without delay to the company and check whether you put the money from the state. The test is free of charge.
Only if testing shows that you put a tax refund and you can get money from the state, you are advised to open a case.
All the work will be done by the company. You will just have to wait when the money will be transferred into your account.
To fill in the questionnaire of the company «Law and Finance» to check your chances of a tax refund