Opinion | Biden’s expansions of the child-care system are a good start but should go further


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Last month’s legislation made this credit much more generous, though only for a year: It made the credit “refundable” for 2021, meaning families could receive a refund if the size of the credit exceeds their income tax liability. It also expanded the credit to as much as $4,000 for one child or $8,000 for two or more kids. Families earning up to $125,000 could use the credit to offset as much as 50 percent of their child-care costs, with smaller credits available to those earning up to $400,000. The credit can be applied to expenses such as summer programs, after-school care or full-time care, and it is available for kids younger than 13.

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