The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a largely successful component of American labor and antipoverty policy, increasing the ability of workers in low-paying jobs to support themselves and their families. Work remains to improve the EITC’s effectiveness including expanding eligibility and increasing participation among those already eligible.
Shannon Philbrick of Liberty Tax Services, dressed as the Statue of Liberty, waves a sign at drivers in Westminster, Colorado February 4, 2009 (REUTERS/Rick Wilking).
Who is eligible to claim the new ACA premium tax credit this year? A look at data from 10 states
April 14, 2015, Delaney Parrish
New research from Elizabeth Kneebone, Jane R. Williams, and Natalie Holmes identifies ten states with a large share of EITC-eligible filers who might also qualify for the ACA premium tax credit this year.
Children and Families
April 14, 2015, Alan Berube
March 18, 2015, Elizabeth Kneebone, Jane R. Williams and Natalie Holmes
Opinion | Real Clear Markets
February 10, 2015, Isabel V. Sawhill
December 5, 2014, Fred Dews
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August 1, 2014, Richard V. Reeves and Joanna Venator
July 10, 2014, Richard V. Reeves
Paper | The Hamilton Project
June 19, 2014, Hilary Hoynes
Opinion | Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity
June 10, 2014, Isabel V. Sawhill and Quentin Karpilow
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