Fortunately, there are many resources available to assist you.
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Sometimes the deadline for payment of adoption-related fees arrives before a family can raise the funds.
A credit card is a way to pay the immediate fees while generating the extra income needed.
If you earn over $243,540, you would not qualify for the credit.
While most adoptive parents will still find they have to pay substantial sums of money prior to the adoption, once completed, the credit should relieve some of the financial burden for most parents!
Some may balk at the thought of going into debt for adoption costs, but just as many won’t think twice about taking out a loan to buy a car, buy a house, go on vacation, etc. When choosing this method to generate the funds needed, keep in mind that you must pay this money back.
You can use your full tax refund(s) from using the Adoption Tax Credit.
One of many ways to generate income to afford the cost of adoption is mortgage refinancing.
The decision to refinance has just as much to do with your circumstances as it does with the current interest rate available.
For example, if you have an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM), or your fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) is about to turn into an ARM, and the interest rate is going up, you might want to consider refinancing or renegotiating your mortgage rate.