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Subject: $400 tax credit Date: 2/8/2004 8:48 PM
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I am claiming my daughter every other year as a dependent since I have only half of the custody. I claimed my daughter for tax year 2002 and my ex-husband will claim her for the tax year of 2003. Few months ago I received
$400 from IRS for child crdet. Is this 400 for the tax year 2003? I deposited the check, and later wrote a check to my ex-husband for the amount of $400, but his accountant told him to return it to me. I am confused. Is this 400 belong to me? if not, how can I do my income tax return for the year of 2003 to return the money to IRS? Any advise will be greatfully appreciated.

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