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Willow Smith Was A BULLY……To Jaden Smith !

Willow Smith Reveals Her Parents Never Forced Her To Love Jaden Smith

Jaden Smith and Willow Smith are very close to each other. Willow interestingly revealed in a past interview that her parents never forced her to be close to Jaden. This helped them build a natural bond with each other. She said, “I could’ve spent my entire childhood like, ‘I have to love this person.’ And it becomes a chore. But our parents were never like, ‘You have to love them.’ It was more like, ‘You have your life. He has his life. And when you guys want to come together, when you guys want to commune, that’s up to you.’”

Jaden Smith and Willow Smith
Source: Rolling Stone

Jaden Smith Never Feels Like He Is Competing With Willow Smith

Jaden Smith has always asserted that Willow is better than him at everything. So he never feels like he is competing with her as she is already ahead of him as per Jaden. He said, “We never got upset because we could always do the same thing. It happened so that me and Willow were able to go through every level or a different section of life that we wanted to.”


Jaden Smith Revealed In A Past Interview That Willow Smith Used To Bully Her

Jaden came to The Late Show With David Letterman when he was just eleven years old. He revealed at that time that her sister used to bully her. Interestingly, he is the elder of the two and still did not bully her. This was because he was not allowed to push her or physically harm her. In the show, Jaden said, “She bullies me … a lot.”

Jaden Smith and Willow Smith
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Jada Pinkett Reveals She Raised Willow And Jaden Differently

Jada admitted in an episode of Red Table Talk that she had raised Willow and Jaden differently as knew it would be tougher for Willow as a black woman. She said, “Because I know in this world, we have to work harder. I knew that [Willow’s] going to have it twice as hard. I needed you to be strong because I know what this world is like for us as Black women.”

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Is there a limit of children a family can claim for the $3,000 to $3,600 Child Tax Credit?

Regardless the size of a family, every eligible child seventeen or younger at the end of 2021 in a family can receive the expanded Child Tax Credit.

Families large and small that meet the income eligibility requirements will be able to claim the expanded Child Tax Credit in 2021 for each of their young ones. Each child under six at the end of the year could be eligible for up to $3,600, and those six through 17 at the end of 2021 could be eligible for up to $3,000.

The American Rescue Plan, President Biden’s first major legislative initiative as part of his Build Back Better program, included substantial changes to the Child Tax Credit. Among those changes, the age of qualifying children was raised to 17, the earnings floor was abolished and the whole of the credit was made refundable.

2021 Child Tax Credit will be paid in advance

Removing the earnings floor and making the credit refundable meant that minus any taxes owed, every parent under the earning ceiling would be eligible to receive the full credit for every one of their children. This allowed another major change; the credit will be sent out in advance monthly installments instead of families waiting until they file a tax return next year. However, some families may want to consider whether they want to opt out of the monthly paymentsespecially if they may owe more in taxes in 2021.

The changes are only for the 2021 fiscal year, presently, so if a family doesn’t choose to unenroll from the program, they will receive six payments this year for half the credit each of their children are eligible for, regardless of how many children a parent has. Then they can claim the remainder due to them next year with their tax refund. But there are plans to extend the revamped credit beyond 2021, and if passed families could count on a monthly basic income year-round.

Eligibility requirements to receive the 2021 Child Tax Credit

Under the new legislation, individuals will qualify for the full value of the 2021 Child Tax Credit so long as their annual earnings are below $75,000; or a joint income of up to $150,000 for married couples, widows, and widowers and $112,500 for heads of household. If household earnings surpass these limits, a reduced credit will be distributed. For every additional $1000 in income, the credit’s value will be gradually phased out $50.

To be eligible, a taxpayer must have their main home in the US for more than half the year and care for the dependent for at least half of the calendar year.