Webinar Replay: The Adoption Tax Credit

Becky Wilmoth, EA, provides an overview of the adoption tax credit—what expenses qualify, how guidelines differ for domestic, international, and foster adoption, how to claim it—and answers questions from attendees. View the "Adoption Tax Credit" webinar replay now.

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You may have heard that you can offset the expense of building your family through adoption by claiming the Adoption Tax Credit. But how do you do this? Which expenses qualify and how do you document them? Are there different guidelines for families adopting domestically, internationally, or through the foster system? What about expenses incurred during a failed adoption attempt? Can you claim the credit retroactively?

In this webinar, Adoption Tax Credit Specialist® Becky Wilmoth, EA, will provide an overview of the credit—what is covered, how and when to file for it—and answer questions submitted by attendees.

The Adoptive Families Adoption Tax Credit Webinar with Becky Wilmoth, EA, took place on Tuesday,
March 7, 2017, 2-3 pm ET.



Becky Wilmoth, EA, Adoption Tax Credit Specialist®, presents a webinar on the adoption tax creditBecky Wilmoth is an Enrolled Agent and the Adoption Tax Credit Specialist® with Bills Tax Service in Centralia, Illinois




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Thanks to America’s Christian Credit Union, access to this webinar replay will remain open. (Typically, Adoptive Families webinar replays are open-access for one week following the live session, and then are available only to site members.)


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