Oregon prepares a statewide retirement savings plan, the governor of Massachusetts reverses his support for an Airbnb tax that would expand the state’s EITC, and the U.S. ranks ninth in raising kids.
In 2014, 84 percent of American adults earning less than $30,000 owned a cell phone. With cell phone usage on the rise, can you incorporate text messaging into your tax credit outreach efforts?
Democratic Senators introduced legislation to fight poverty through tax credit expansion, proposed legislation aims to make child care affordable, and CFED releases a new fact file about credit’s impact on low- and moderate-income financial opportunity.
Massachusetts Senate proposes bill to increase the EITC by taxing short-term rentals, the Tax Credits for Working Families explores how the EITC could make housing more affordable, and CFED covers policy reforms that should be considered during the 2016 presidential…
New draft of the Democratic Platform includes EITC expansion and poll finds that Americans want a president who will prioritize reducing child poverty. The 2016 draft of the Democratic Platform supports a progressive tax system that includes expanding the EITC to…
This year’s Kids Count Data Book identifies the EITC as a means of child poverty alleviation and Rhode Island’s new budget includes an increase in the state’s EITC.
PATH Act provision will delay tax refunds in 2017, CFED shares recommendations to improve VITA programs, and tax credits are absent from presidential campaigns.
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and Child Tax Credit (CTC) are powerful tools that reduce poverty among children and families, including fathers. In 2012, 13 million fathers received the EITC or additional CTC.
Sources call for an expansion of state and federal tax credits, payday lenders plan to withstand new regulations while religious groups unite against these lenders, and how technology and policy can improve financial security. Expanding the EITC to include workers…
The federal government proposed rules to regulate payday lenders and politicians call for an expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).