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  • 05/26/06
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in California (February 2006)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in California," from February 2006, 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.
  • 05/26/06
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Washington, D.C. (February 2006)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Washington, D.C.," from February 2006, 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.
  • 05/26/06
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in California (February 20006)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in California," from February 2006, 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.
  • 02/03/06
    TANF Word Glossary
    A glossary of words related to the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).
  • 02/01/06
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Texas (February 2006)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Texas," from February 2006, 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.
  • 02/01/06
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Tennessee (February 2006)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Tennessee," from February 2006, 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.
  • 02/01/06
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in South Carolina (February 2006)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in South Carolina," from February 2006, 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.
  • 01/01/06
    Children Born Poor in 2006
    Basic time stats regarding how often children are born poor in 2006 (e.g. "A child is born poor every 35 seconds") overall and broken down by race
  • 01/01/06
    Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Ohio (February 2006)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families in Ohio," from February 2006, 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.
  • 02/01/05
    Keeping What They've Earned: Working Families and Tax Credits (February 2005)
    "Keeping What They've Earned: Tax Credits for Working Families," from February 2005, 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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