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Ethan Miller works on his taxes at home in Silver Spring, Md., Friday, Jan., 21, 2022. Tax filing season starts Monday and people can expect the task to be more cumbersome than usual this year thanks to an overloaded and understaffed IRS workforce and new complications from pandemic-related programs.(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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Ethan Miller and Rachel Mandelbaum pose for a portrait outside their home in Silver Spring, Md., Friday, Jan., 21, 2022. Tax filing season starts Monday and people can expect the task to be more cumbersome than usual this year thanks to an overloaded and understaffed IRS workforce and new complications from pandemic-related programs. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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Ethan Miller checks the IRS website while working on his taxes at home in Silver Spring, Md., Friday, Jan., 21, 2022. Tax filing season starts Monday and people can expect the task to be more cumbersome than usual this year thanks to an overloaded and understaffed IRS workforce and new complications from pandemic-related programs. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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Ethan Miller, right, and Rachel Mandelbaum pose for a portrait outside their home in Silver Spring, Md., Friday, Jan., 21, 2022. Tax filing season starts Monday and people can expect the task to be more cumbersome than usual this year thanks to an overloaded and understaffed IRS workforce and new complications from pandemic-related programs. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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Ethan Miller works on his taxes at home in Silver Spring, Md., Friday, Jan., 21, 2022. Tax filing season starts Monday and people can expect the task to be more cumbersome than usual this year thanks to an overloaded and understaffed IRS workforce and new complications from pandemic-related programs. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — For the first time in half a year, families on Friday are going without a monthly deposit from the child tax credit —…

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Joanna Vance of Beckley, W.Va., speaks following a news conference Friday, Jan. 14, 2022, outside the state Capitol in Charleston, W.Va. Vance and other speakers called on the federal government to continue a child tax credit that ended on Friday. Vance said the monthly deposit helped her pay bills that continue to rise due to inflation. (AP Photo/John Raby)

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Hairdresser Chelsea Woody stands outside her car at a grocery store Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022, in Charleston, W.Va. For the first time in half a year, families on Jan. 14, are going without a monthly deposit from the federal child tax credit. Woody, a single mother, relied on the check to help raise her young son. (AP Photo/John Raby)

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Retiree Andy Roberts is shown at his home Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022, in St. Albans, W.Va. For the first time in half a year, families Jan. 14, 2022, are going without a monthly deposit from the federal child tax credit. Roberts relied on the check to help raise his two young grandchildren, whom he and his wife adopted. (AP Photo/John Raby)