For low-income families, additional child tax credits of up to $1,000 per child are now available in 11 states.

Children under the age of six will be eligible for a total federal child tax credit of $3,600 in 2021,

While children aged six to seventeen will be eligible for a total federal child tax credit of $3,000.

Half of the funds were paid out in advance monthly increments of $300 between July and December of last year.

Even though the enhanced credit has expired, families who haven't yet filed their taxes for 2021 can still claim the last six months of payments.

If you have a child under the age of 6, you may be eligible for the young child tax credit in California.

Those earning up to $30,000 get a reduced benefit, while those with incomes under $25,000 can receive up to $1,000 each.

In New York, families with children aged four to 17 can also take advantage of the Empire child tax credit.

Are you still eligible for the 2021 CTC?

You must file a 2021 tax return if you haven't done so already in order to claim the up to $3,600 child tax credit.

Unless you request a six-month extension, you could be penalized if you haven't already filed. Most people had until April 18 to file penalty-free.

Families can claim a child tax credit of up to $2,000 per child under age 17 in 2022.

Who qualifies for federal child tax credits in 2022?

Married couples earning up to $400,000 are eligible.

The income threshold for singles and those filing as head of household is $200,000.

According to The Sun, each state has a detailed list of child tax credit programs.

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