Credit For Children
If you are entitled to claim a child tax credit on your federal return, you
may claim a child tax credit of $100 on the State return for that same dependent
child if your federal adjusted gross income (Form 1040, Line 37; or Form 1040A,
line 21) is less than the amounts for your filing status in the table below:
||for married filing jointly
||for head of household
||for married filing separately
The credit for children can be claimed only for a child who was
under 17 years of age on the last day of the year.
Complete Parts 3 and 4 of Form D-400TC to determine the tax credit. The tax credit cannot exceed your North Carolina income tax.
If you are a nonresident or a part-year resident, you must multiply
the credit by the decimal amount shown on line 16 of Form D-400. Under certain
circumstances, the decimal amount on line 16 can exceed one hundred percent.
In such cases, the credit is limited to $100 per qualifying child.
Be sure to include Form D-400TC (Individual Tax Credits schedule)
when filing your North Carolina return.
Last modified on:
01/03/13 03:39:47 PM.