Men claiming kids illegally on taxes!

Men claiming kids illegally on taxes!

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WhyWhy

Murray, KY

#1 Jan 31, 2013
Why do guys think they can get away with anything they want? I know for a fact of someone that is illegally claiming his and someone elses kid on his taxes this year and they think they will get away with it! Why? why hurt your kids by taking money that isn't yours? I will never understand stupid people, like the IRS won't catch you.*smh*
cpa

Tucker, GA

#2 Jan 31, 2013
WhyWhy wrote:
Why do guys think they can get away with anything they want? I know for a fact of someone that is illegally claiming his and someone elses kid on his taxes this year and they think they will get away with it! Why? why hurt your kids by taking money that isn't yours? I will never understand stupid people, like the IRS won't catch you.*smh*
you can't claim a child on your taxes without their social security number. Someone gave it to them so they must be ok with it
jooniedu

United States

#3 Feb 1, 2013
cpa wrote:
<quoted text>you can't claim a child on your taxes without their social security number. Someone gave it to them so they must be ok with it
This doesn't mean they have that right! Lets say the father of this child pays child support and the mother doesn't work, the boyfriend only works sporadically thru the year. Lives off girlfriend thru the child support she's getting from several different baby daddies, section 8, food stamps and then files his taxes claiming these kids and getting a huge refund because of the small income he made through out the year!!!
It could also have been stolen!
tax professional

United States

#4 Feb 1, 2013
you can only claim a child if 1. they are biologically yours 2. they have resided wit you for more than 7 months and you soley took care of them . its on the IRS website. unless some cases that are granted by a judge the other parent can claim the dependency credit every other year not the EIC that only goes to parent that resided with them. the IRS has changed a lot of things this year and who ever is claiming children falsely better have some kind of proof they room care of that child such as a lease or school or medical records. if you know of tax fraud you can report it & get paid its called whistle blowing. also you can report them to tbe IRS they may receive the money but they have to pay it all back and will not be able to claim children again.
tax professional

United States

#5 Feb 1, 2013
not nessicarily biological it could be by marriage and or immediate family
tax professional

United States

#6 Feb 1, 2013
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cpa wrote:
<quoted text> you can't claim a child on your taxes without their social security number. Someone gave it to them so they must be ok with it
if you were a CPA which I doubt you are. you would know that what you just said is wrong.
well well

Lebanon, KY

#7 Feb 1, 2013
jooniedu wrote:
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This doesn't mean they have that right! Lets say the father of this child pays child support and the mother doesn't work, the boyfriend only works sporadically thru the year. Lives off girlfriend thru the child support she's getting from several different baby daddies, section 8, food stamps and then files his taxes claiming these kids and getting a huge refund because of the small income he made through out the year!!!
It could also have been stolen!
My bet is he is not on her lease,sect 8 or foodstamps. That is usually how these guys live. Gives HELP a bad name.
cpa

Tucker, GA

#8 Feb 1, 2013
tax professional wrote:
i<quoted text> if you were a CPA which I doubt you are. you would know that what you just said is wrong.
the letters CPA are my initials. I didn't claim to be a certified public accountant. Excuse my mother for my name
cpa

Tucker, GA

#9 Feb 1, 2013
tax professional wrote:
i<quoted text> if you were a CPA which I doubt you are. you would know that what you just said is wrong.
and btw you MUST provide social security numbers for every dependent you claim. If you were a tax professional, which I doubt you are, you would know this. Anyone can read a website and recite quotes lol
question

United States

#10 Feb 1, 2013
tax professional wrote:
you can only claim a child if 1. they are biologically yours 2. they have resided wit you for more than 7 months and you soley took care of them . its on the IRS website. unless some cases that are granted by a judge the other parent can claim the dependency credit every other year not the EIC that only goes to parent that resided with them. the IRS has changed a lot of things this year and who ever is claiming children falsely better have some kind of proof they room care of that child such as a lease or school or medical records. if you know of tax fraud you can report it & get paid its called whistle blowing. also you can report them to tbe IRS they may receive the money but they have to pay it all back and will not be able to claim children again.
If the mother or father has custody and doesn't work (getting sec.8 & such) can the father or mother of the child that does work claim every year? If they're paying child support and has to buy everything including health insurance, co pays and rx because custodial parent won't, shouldn't they be allowed too?
Proof

Nicholasville, KY

#11 Feb 1, 2013
If there is fraud, report it. You would want to make sure there this is the case though because falsely reporting a crime is a criminal offense. My child does not live with me and I pay child support faithfully. The court ordered in our divorce agreement that I get to claim my child in odd numbered years. Since my ex does not work and we get along, she signed an 8332 that I can use during even numbered years and I still get to claim him because she agreed to it. If she ever does decide to go back to work, the court agreement would be what we would go by. Make sure the guy is doing something illegal before you anonymously cry wolf.
tax professional

United States

#12 Feb 1, 2013
cpa wrote:
<quoted text> and btw you MUST provide social security numbers for every dependent you claim. If you were a tax professional, which I doubt you are, you would know this. Anyone can read a website and recite quotes lol
of course you have to have a social you idiot! you said if they gave you the social it must ne okay,just because someone gave you a social doesn't mean its pay or you are legally able to claim that childcare. I've been doing taxes for 7 years.
tax professiona

United States

#13 Feb 1, 2013
question wrote:
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If the mother or father has custody and doesn't work (getting sec.8 & such) can the father or mother of the child that does work claim every year? If they're paying child support and has to buy everything including health insurance, co pays and rx because custodial parent won't, shouldn't they be allowed too?
legally the parent the child resided can claim the child unless it was made different by a judge.
stable

Nicholasville, KY

#14 Feb 1, 2013
cpa wrote:
<quoted text> and btw you MUST provide social security numbers for every dependent you claim. If you were a tax professional, which I doubt you are, you would know this. Anyone can read a website and recite quotes lol
Not true. I did not apply for my child's social security number until just before kindergarten. I claimed my child a a dependant on my tax returns all that time, no problem. If you are not receiving public assistance, there is really no necessity to have a social security number for your child. When babies are born, the hospital asks if you want them to send in the form for the number or if you want to do it yourself.
stable

Nicholasville, KY

#15 Feb 1, 2013
tax professional wrote:
<quoted text> of course you have to have a social you idiot! you said if they gave you the social it must ne okay,just because someone gave you a social doesn't mean its pay or you are legally able to claim that childcare. I've been doing taxes for 7 years.
"Professional"? Where, H&R Block, lol? I prefer my appropriately educated accountant, rather than someone who took a week-end class to sit in a cubicle at wal-amrt, thank you very much.
hardy

Nicholasville, KY

#16 Feb 1, 2013
tax professional wrote:
you can only claim a child if 1. they are biologically yours 2. they have resided wit you for more than 7 months and you soley took care of them . its on the IRS website. unless some cases that are granted by a judge the other parent can claim the dependency credit every other year not the EIC that only goes to parent that resided with them. the IRS has changed a lot of things this year and who ever is claiming children falsely better have some kind of proof they room care of that child such as a lease or school or medical records. if you know of tax fraud you can report it & get paid its called whistle blowing. also you can report them to tbe IRS they may receive the money but they have to pay it all back and will not be able to claim children again.
SORRY tax professional but your wrong! they do not have to be biologically yours thats a crock!!
Untrue

Lexington, KY

#17 Feb 1, 2013
stable wrote:
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Not true. I did not apply for my child's social security number until just before kindergarten. I claimed my child a a dependant on my tax returns all that time, no problem. If you are not receiving public assistance, there is really no necessity to have a social security number for your child. When babies are born, the hospital asks if you want them to send in the form for the number or if you want to do it yourself.
You DO have to have the childs ss# for taxes. And the other parent can easily get the number off of old taxes you filed together, etc. Usually when custody is awarded, even when one is paying child support, the judge sets it to every other year to claim child.
WhyWhy

Murray, KY

#18 Feb 3, 2013
My issue is the "father" (i say that in quotations because he hasn't seen his kid in years) got the ss number off old tax papers from when we were together. The kid lives with me full time, always has, there is no divorce papers, we were never married. There is no court papers at all. Except where he was ordered to pay cs. Which he is behind in. He also claimed another kid of mine, that isn't even his. This stopped me from claiming my kids legally. I filed anyways like I was told to do, waiting on the irs now to send out the letters so I can prove the kids are with me, and he can pay the irs back. I just don't understand some losers, that think they are untouchable and can do whatever they want.
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Little Rock, AR

#19 Feb 3, 2013
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tax professiona

United States

#20 Feb 3, 2013
hardy wrote:
<quoted text>SORRY tax professional but your wrong! they do not have to be biologically yours thats a crock!!
I corrected myself I said or by marriage or immediate family.

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