10 tax credits that can put more cash back in your pocket


If you've ever had to write a check to Uncle Sam in April, you've likely become a fan of finding ways to cut your tax bill — and that may have you wondering whether you qualify for any tax credits.

Tax credits are the gold nuggets of the tax world. Qualifying for one feels better than finding $100 in your pants pocket. Here's a brief look at how some of the most common ones work — maybe you'll find some cash here, too.

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