The deadline rarely changes unless if falls on a holiday. April 15th is the last day to file and to pay your balance with the IRS to avoid penalties and interest.
No, you cannot claim income (W-2) that is not yours. If you are married both W-2's will be entered. Depending on how much your child has earned they can file their own tax return.
If your child is born after December 31st you will have to wait to claim your child the following year.
A few questions will need to be answered before giving a correct response to this question.
The IRS has a great tool called Where is my refund. You will need to enter your social or ITIN, filing status and your federal refund amount.
There are things that may vary when answering this question. The IRS states the person making more money is the one who will claim the child. There are other questions that will need to be asked to really give a correct answer.
No, two people cannot be HOH.
Yes, the CTC simply returned to $2,000 per child. The credit is not fully refundable.