Starting this month and continuing through the end of this year, the IRS will send payments of $250 or $300 each month, per child, to the parents or guardians of 65 million eligible children under 18 years of age in the United States. Those parents and guardians include both people nonprofits serve and nonprofit employees. A major strength of the new advance Child Tax Credit program is that payments will happen automatically without people having to fill out any paperwork. But what happens in situations when it doesn’t happen “automatically” as intended? 

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