Following the passage of the House and Senate GOP tax reform bills, economic experts and advocacy groups have argued that both versions benefit corporations and wealthy Americans at the expense of low-wage working families. Now, a recent report from UnidosUS shows that among those who stand to lose from tax reform, immigrant households may be hardest hit.Read More
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This weekend, the Senate passed its version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, bringing the GOP’s vision for tax reform one step closer to reality. Though the plan includes an expansion of the Child Tax Credit (CTC), the proposed changes primarily benefit higher-income families and exclude those with lower wages. As Senate and House Republicans work to reconcile the differences between their two tax plans, experts are urging Congress to do more to help low-wage working familiesRead More