Hello-A few months ago, everyone told me that I would be receiving a tax credit for 2000 taxes (I know that everyone is still waiting for them). They said that if you filed $6000 you would be eligible for $300 back, and if you filed less, you would be refunded a reduced amount. I am a college student, and I filed about $4000 for 2000, and there was about another $1000 that I didn't file (because it was work-study, and wasn't taxed). So, I reasoned, I should be getting a check for $100 or $200. But I just received a statement from the IRS saying that because I didn't have taxable income or was listed as a dependent on someone else's return (and I was NOT listed as a dependent), I will not be receiving a check. Can anyone fathom why, or should I call the 800 number they provide? Thanks for the help!dengdeng
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