Earned Income Tax Tables, 1999 and 2000
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2000 limits for Earned Income Credit:
- $10,380 for workers age 25 to 64 with no qualifying children
- $27,413 for workers of any age with one qualifying child
- $31,152 for workers with two or more qualifying children.
1999 limits for Earned Income Credit:
- $10,200 for workers age 25 to 64 with no qualifying children
- $26,928 for workers of any age with one qualifying child
- $30,580 for workers with two or more qualifying children.
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