Two Senate Democrats have committed to expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and Child Tax Credit (CTC) as part of “tax reform that rewards work.”Read More
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- . @realDonaldTrump 's #taxreform proposal won't help the middle class, but expanding #EITC would, says @crampell https://t.co/FzCME9Fz7o 1 hour ago
- Sens @CoryBooker & @SenatorBaldwin have a plan to bring much-needed tax relief to low-wage Americans via #EITC & CTC https://t.co/wcWcEsldUC 1 week ago
- RT @hamandcheese : Bipartisan coalition urges Congress to improve #ChildTaxCredit as part of #taxreform https://t.co/7MvefuSQmF via @TaxCred … 2 weeks ago
- . @SenMikeLee - Expanding #ChildTaxCredit "one of the best ways to target relief for those who need it most" https://t.co/Xx02rBRnAa 2 weeks ago
- @JoshuaTMcCabe We would too! Alas, our hands are tied by "lobbying" restrictions :-/ But we will continue to publicize! 2 weeks ago
U.S. Senators Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) and Cory Booker (D-NJ) released a new tax plan, the Stronger Way Act, which includes an expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and Child Tax Credit (CTC) to benefit low-income Americans. Specifically, the plan would grow the size of the existing EITC, expand the credit for workers without dependent children, make the CTC refundable and grow the size of the credit.Read More