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  • 02/06/08
    2008 Federal Poverty Guidelines - 48 States & DC (Excel Format)
    2008 Federal Poverty Guidelines for the lower 48 states and the District of Columbia (Excel format)
  • 02/06/08
    2008 Federal Poverty Guidelines - Hawaii (Excel Format)
    2008 Federal Poverty Guidelines for Hawaii (Excel format)
  • 04/03/07
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in South Carolina (March 2007)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in South Carolina," from March 2007, reports on how low-income families lose billions each year in Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) benefits to high-interest, short-term loans, tax preparation fees, and other financial products issued by commercial tax preparers. The report warns low-income families to avoid Refund Anticipation Loans whose high interest rates cause families to forfeit a significant percentage of their refunds in order to receive their money a little earlier. The report provides action items that lifts children out of poverty by helping their working families keep more of the money they've earned.
  • 03/01/07
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Texas (March 2007)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Texas," from March 2007, reports on how low-income families lose billions each year in Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) benefits to high-interest, short-term loans, tax preparation fees, and other financial products issued by commercial tax preparers. The report warns low-income families to avoid Refund Anticipation Loans whose high interest rates cause families to forfeit a significant percentage of their refunds in order to receive their money a little earlier. The report provides action items that lifts children out of poverty by helping their working families keep more of the money they've earned.
  • 03/01/07
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Washington, D.C. (March 2007)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Washington, D.C.," from March 2007, reports on how low-income families lose billions each year in Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) benefits to high-interest, short-term loans, tax preparation fees, and other financial products issued by commercial tax preparers. The report warns low-income families to avoid Refund Anticipation Loans whose high interest rates cause families to forfeit a significant percentage of their refunds in order to receive their money a little earlier. The report provides action items that lifts children out of poverty by helping their working families keep more of the money they've earned.
  • 03/01/07
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families (March 2007)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in the US," from March 2007, reports on how low-income families lose billions each year in Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) benefits to high-interest, short-term loans, tax preparation fees, and other financial products issued by commercial tax preparers. The report warns low-income families to avoid Refund Anticipation Loans whose high interest rates cause families to forfeit a significant percentage of their refunds in order to receive their money a little earlier. The report provides action items that lifts children out of poverty by helping their working families keep more of the money they've earned.
  • 03/01/07
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Mississippi (March 2007)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Mississippi," from March 2007, reports on how low-income families lose billions each year in Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) benefits to high-interest, short-term loans, tax preparation fees, and other financial products issued by commercial tax preparers. The report warns low-income families to avoid Refund Anticipation Loans whose high interest rates cause families to forfeit a significant percentage of their refunds in order to receive their money a little earlier. The report provides action items that lifts children out of poverty by helping their working families keep more of the money they've earned.
  • 03/01/07
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in California (March 2007)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in California," from March 2007, reports on how low-income families lose billions each year in Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) benefits to high-interest, short-term loans, tax preparation fees, and other financial products issued by commercial tax preparers. The report warns low-income families to avoid Refund Anticipation Loans whose high interest rates cause families to forfeit a significant percentage of their refunds in order to receive their money a little earlier. The report provides action items that lifts children out of poverty by helping their working families keep more of the money they've earned.
  • 03/01/07
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in New York (March 2007)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in New York," from March 2007, reports on how low-income families lose billions each year in Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) benefits to high-interest, short-term loans, tax preparation fees, and other financial products issued by commercial tax preparers. The report warns low-income families to avoid Refund Anticipation Loans whose high interest rates cause families to forfeit a significant percentage of their refunds in order to receive their money a little earlier. The report provides action items that lifts children out of poverty by helping their working families keep more of the money they've earned.
  • 03/01/07
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Ohio (March 2007)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Ohio," from March 2007, reports on how low-income families lose billions each year in Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) benefits to high-interest, short-term loans, tax preparation fees, and other financial products issued by commercial tax preparers. The report warns low-income families to avoid Refund Anticipation Loans whose high interest rates cause families to forfeit a significant percentage of their refunds in order to receive their money a little earlier. The report provides action items that lifts children out of poverty by helping their working families keep more of the money they've earned.
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