New York City calls to expand the EITC, a new bill is introduced to improve the CTC, and the IRS encourages grandparents to check their EITC eligibility.
January 27 was the 11th Anniversary of EITC Awareness Day. Get It Back partners celebrated by posting blogs, holding events, and releasing videos highlighting the benefits of the EITC.
Connect with your tax credit outreach colleagues across the country on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 3:00 PM EDT (2 PM CDT/ 1 PM MDT/ 12 PM PDT) for a phone chat.
The New York Times reports on the refund delay, Oklahoma works to reinstate a refundable EITC, and the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities reflects on Obama’s anti-poverty achievement.
This year, EITC Awareness Day will be celebrated on Friday, January 27. On this day, the IRS encourages organizations across the country to bring attention to the EITC by hosting events and engaging the media.
As the holiday season begins, we want to thank all of our partners for your tireless efforts this past year. Your commitment to promoting working family tax credits and providing free tax assistance directly improves the lives of your clients…
TCWF offers guidance for EITC campaigns, Oklahoma pushes to reinstate a refundable EITC, CFED makes policy recommendations to curb predatory debt collecting, and a new report shows the EITC could boost a depressed West Virginia economy.
We’ve created two new videos, TCWF offers guidance on helping workers cope with the refund delay, and the Minnesota Budget Project recommends a state EITC and CTC equivalent to combat economic insecurity.
The holidays are fast approaching, and so is the tax season. Are you prepared to spread the word about vital tax credits like the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)?
It is National Native American Heritage Month and November 25 is Native American Heritage Day. First Nations Oweesta Corporation is one organization that successfully conducts outreach to increase economic opportunities in tribal and Native communities.