The EITC in 2018: What’s Ahead for Working Families Beyond Tax Reform
January 18, 2018Print
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is one of the most effective programs for helping low-wage workers keep more of what they’ve earned. But what does its future look like in the aftermath of sweeping changes to our tax code?
On February 1, join Prosperity Now and Tax Credits for Workers and their Families on Capitol Hill to discuss how policymakers and advocates can work together post- tax reform to protect the EITC and other policies that help low-income Americans make ends meet.
- Francesca Jean Baptiste, Director of Tax Partnerships, The CASH Campaign of Maryland
- Jeremie Greer, Vice President, Policy & Research, Prosperity Now
- Chye-Ching Huang, Deputy Director of Federal Tax Policy, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
- Aparna Mathur, Resident Scholar of Economic Policy, American Enterprise Institute
- David Newville, Director of Federal Policy, Prosperity Now
- Daniel Turrentine, Vice President & Chief Government Affairs Officer, H&R Block