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@TaxCreditsWF

  • RT  @NASCSP : #ICYMI: Last week  @TaxCreditsWF  hosted a briefing on how tax reform could impact low-wage workers. View here: https://t.co/9sTC… 3 days ago
  • RT  @povertynews : ICYMI, you can watch the full video of our #taxreform2017 briefing: https://t.co/AWkSEE6eRF  @TaxCreditsWF  1 week ago
  • "The #EITC works really well. And if something ain't broke, you really shouldn't try to fix it" -  @econjared  https://t.co/66PT5ncivZ 1 week ago
  • Missed our Capitol Hill briefing on tax credits & tax reform w/  @povertynews ? Watch the full video of the event here https://t.co/soJPdLNkhS 1 week ago
  • RT  @LeciaDC : Not only embrace, but #ExpandEITC too https://t.co/UGF2niLYh6 2 weeks ago

Latest News

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Feb 17

News Round-up: February 14, 2017

Members of the House Committee on Ways and Means introduced bills to improve tax credits for workers and families. Rep. Richard Neal (D-Mass.) proposed a bill that would lower the Earned Income Tax Credit’s (EITC’s) age requirement from 25 to 21 and expand the EITC for workers not raising children. Rep. Rose DeLauro (D-Conn.) announced her bill to index the Child Tax Credit (CTC) for inflation and expand the credit for parents raising children under the age of six.
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Feb 17

News Round-up: February 6, 2017

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) announced a plan that would expand the state’s Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) for families raising just one child from 4 percent to 11 percent of the federal credit. Democrats are advocating for the state legislature to expand the credit for all families, no matter how many children they have.
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