Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. December 2021. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) points out that if the expansion of the CTC is discontinued, disparities among Black and Latino children could widen with poverty rates increasing by an estimated 9 percent, far less than the estimated 3 to 4 percent increase for Asian and White children.

Letting Child Credit Expansion Expire Would Mean Higher Child Poverty for All Racial/Ethnic Groups and Wider Disparities