Tax Credits for Working Families

Featured Report: Working-Family Tax Credits Help Over 1 Million Veteran and Armed-Forces Families

The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities reports that about one in four former or current armed forces families with children collects either the Earned Income Tax Credit or Child Tax Credit.

Featured Resource: 50-State Policy Tracker

This 50-state policy tracker from the National Center for Children in Poverty makes it easy to compare state policies across six important work supports: (1) child care subsidies, (2) minimum wage, (3) family and medical leave, (4) income tax policy, (5) the EITC, and (6) the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit.

Recent Updates

Infographic: Nearly 500,000 Military Families Could Face a Tax Increase in 2018

This Memorial Day could be one of the last in which nearly half a million military families remain eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and Child Tax Credit (CTC) at their current rate.

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News Round-up: May 18, 2015

Republican and Democratic legislators praised California Gov. Jerry Brown’s (D) revised budget proposal, which included the creation of a state Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) to benefit over 825,000 low-income families.

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