Promising new findings from an Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) pilot program and a Tax Credits for Working Families (TCWF) focus group reinforce growing bipartisan support for expanding the EITC for “childless workers,” meaning those without dependent children.Read More
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- RT @CommTaxAidDC : CTA works w/ clients on educating them on the credits they qualify during #TaxSeason. #EITC is a crucial credit for our l… 4 days ago
- #Connecticut Republicans' proposed budget includes a $75 million tax increase on low-wage families https://t.co/Iyaz5870Vh #Ctleg #EITC 6 days ago
- Senators @SenAngusKing & @SenatorBurr want to make #childcare more affordable for working Americans. Here's how: https://t.co/EfdtzRwMef 7 days ago
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Expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a key part of a broader policy agenda to address the racial wealth divide, according to a new report from Prosperity Now (formally CFED) and the Institute for Policy Studies.Read More