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ITIN Filers Now Eligible!


California’s Earned Income Tax Credit is an easy way to put more money into your wallet. 

  • If you earned $1-30K in 2022, you may qualify for up to $3,000. 

  • If you have children under 6 years of age by December 31, 2022, you may qualify for an extra $1,000. 

Simply file your tax return before October 15 to claim your credit.

To qualify for the credit, you must be at least 18 years old or have a qualifying child, have taxable earned income, have a valid social security number or individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN) for you, your spouse and any qualifying children, live in California for more than half the year.

If you think you missed a CalEITC payment in previous years you can simply file an amended return for up to four years to claim your missed credit.


Want more money in your wallet?
If you earned $1 to $57K you may qualify for up to $6,700 with the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit. 
Simply file your 2021 federal tax return to claim the credit.


No SSN But Have Taxable Income?
You Need An ITIN!

What is an ITIN?

An Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN) is a 9-digit number issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that individuals can use to process their taxes. The IRS gives ITINs to individuals who do not have Social Security Numbers (SSNs) and aren’t eligible to get one. ITINs are issued no matter what your immigration status is.

What can ITINs be used for?

  1. Individuals can use ITINs to abide by U.S. tax laws to file their tax returns while they’re ineligible for Social Security numbers.

  2. ITINs are used solely for federal tax reporting purposes by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

  3. Individuals can use ITINs to open bank accounts.

What can’t ITINs be used for?

  1. They do not authorize work in the U.S.

  2. They do not provide access to Social Security benefits.

  3. They cannot be used to file for the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (Federal EITC).

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