Should receive the Child tax credit

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Should not receive

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Should you receive the Child tax credit if you don't contribute to taxes? Where do we draw the line? How many Children should you have before being cut out of the program?

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Posted by in Images / Other on 7/26/11
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Michelle Peters - 6/1/13 @ 4:51 AM:
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Only if you pay child support!

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maddy crossie - 9/22/11 @ 7:21 PM:
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Obviously a lot of people making these comments have never had to do without through no fault of their own. In a society where the rich get richer and the poor get poorer there should be a place for moral responsibility and a social conscience. I think it is pathetic that some people have so much disposable income while others can't afford to feed their families properly and healthily.

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maddy crossie - 9/21/11 @ 8:04 PM:
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I wish everyone could have a Child Tax

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Judy Kavalick - 8/5/11 @ 2:58 PM:
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If a person does not pay taxes, then that person should not receive the child tax credit.

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DollyFan - 8/2/11 @ 4:18 PM:
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Drives me nuts to hear people say they paid in $200 in taxes but get back $1500. That's just insane! What a system!?!
cutie122403 - 8/19/11 @ 11:04 PM: Ally | Side B
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Agreed! The ones that get the most back are the ones that do not work.

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DollyFan - 7/30/11 @ 3:54 PM:
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Don't contribute, shouldn't be able to receive. And a gree that there should be a limit.
Ryan Kazinec - 7/30/11 @ 4:20 PM: Ally | Side B
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Would I be out of line if I said Preach it? Too bad I just said it. There should absolutely be a limit; let's say two or three at the most.The scary and sad thing is that our nation is paying people to procreate. We are cutting people 5k, 6k, 7k, and beyond checks when they didn't pay anything into income tax.

We're not talking tax returns we're talking redistribution of wealth through tax payments or tax income surpluses. I'm afraid it's too late though. Once the entitled get a piece of cheese the politicians won't find the backbone to take that cheese away.
cutie122403 - 7/31/11 @ 10:33 PM: Ally | Side B
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Amen! Yes and we are just simply getting our own money back!

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cutie122403 - 7/28/11 @ 8:17 PM:
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If you don't contribute then you should not be able to receive these "benefits". They should also cut you off after so many children.
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