Over the last few years, advocates have fought hard to protect and expand current state Earned Income Tax Credits (EITCs), or to create new ones. To assist in these campaigns, we’ve compiled case studies of some of the recent tax credit battles to be released over the course of the next few weeks, followed by a resource guide to summarize and help advocates interpret our findings.Read More
Use our interactive map to view information and resources about state-level credits.
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Last month, we blogged about the Supreme Court ruling to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act and its tax credit implications for same-sex married couples. This monumental decision prompted the IRS to revisit our nation’s tax law, which has typically relied on state of residence rather than state of celebration of marriage for the purpose of filing jointly – proving challenging for same-sex couples that married in one state but reside in another state in which their marriage is not legally recognized.Read More