This article discusses changes to and clarifications of the child and dependent care credit rules made by final regulations issued in August 2007.
What does CDCC stand for?
CDCC stands for Child and Dependent Care Credit
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We have 75 other meanings of CDCC in our Acronym Attic
- Community Development Corporation of Brownsville (Brownsville, TN)
- Contrôles et Diagnostics Cabinet Benzekri (French real estate consulting company)
- Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding (USA)
- Conference of Delegates of California Bar Associations
- Central District Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Association (California)
- Certified Development Company of Butler County (small business financing; Hamilton, OH)
- Canadian Deaf Curling Championships
- Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation
- Caribbean Development and Cooperation Committee
- Centre de Documentation sur le Cinéma Chinois (French: Chinese Cinema Documentation Center)
- Child Day Care Center (division of Child Day Care Licensing and regulatory services)
- Community Development Conservation Committees (Nepal)
- Complement Dependent Cellular Cytotoxicity
- Conseil de Coopération Culturelle (French: Council for Cultural Co-Operation; est. 1961)
- Constitution Debate Coordinating Committee
- Capital District Celtic Cultural Association (New York; foundation to preserve Irish and Scottish cultural activities; founded 1998)
- Centrifugal Droplet Countercurrent Chromatography
- Canadian Digital Cultural Content Initiative (standards and guidelines)
- Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations (aircraft term)
- Control Data Communications Control Procedure
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Child and Dependent Care Credit The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is charged with the responsibility of enforcing the federal tax laws and, thereby, collecting revenues for the United States government.
The guidance relates to claiming a child for purposes of determining heed-of-household filing status, the child and dependent care credit, the child tax credit, the earned income credit, the exclusion for dependent care assistance and the dependency deduction, unless the special rule relating to a noncustodial parent applies.