Can You Claim A Child On Your Income Taxes If Your Pregnant?


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Robyn Rothman Profile
Robyn Rothman answered
Not until the child is born.  Nice try.
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cathi commented
I was not trying to be rude. I thought you were being sarcastic when you stated nice try. And i seriously was unsure if that was a possibility. Thank you
Robyn Rothman
Robyn Rothman commented
I was joking. You'd be surprised at what people try to get away with. Aside from that, my answer is correct. A child can be born up until December 31st at 11:59 pm to be claimed as an exemption for that year. After midnight, the exemption cannot be claimed until the following year.
Danika henson Profile
Danika henson answered
No you can't
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Robbie44 must not have any children because if he had he would know, before a child is born you spend thousands of dollars on them so why would claiming that expense be a scheme?
Christina Dempsey Profile
You may only claim a child at the end of the year in which the child was born. And every year there after until the child has reached the age of 18.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered

ow much d you get per child on you income taxes

how much do you get back on income tax when you claime a child

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