Tax Credits for Working Families

Featured Report: Strengthening the Child Tax Credit Would Provide Greater Economic Stability for Millennial Parents

Millennial adults face greater financial pressures and economic insecurity than prior generations. Millennials with children are especially likely to struggle to make ends meet. This report from the Center for American Progress shows how the Child Tax Credit could play a key role in closing the gap for these young parents.

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

  • News Round-up: August 31, 2015

    New data from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) shows that saving key provisions of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and Child Tax Credit (CTC) would help lower-income workers in a wide range of positions, including construction workers, child care providers and nursing home aides.

  • WEBINAR: Waging a Proactive State EITC Campaign – Tools and Tips from the Field

    The Hatcher Group and the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities invite you to join in an hour-long webinar on effective tools and tactics for advancing state-level Earned Income Tax Credits (EITCs).