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Examining Obama's Tax RecordKMBC Kansas CityHe has tried to make a few permanent, such as the Making Work Pay credit for families earning under $150000. And he has backed the expansion of existing breaks, such as the earned income tax credit and the child tax credit.
End Refundable Tax Credits for IllegalsRedStateThose who won the jackpot on tax day benefited primarily from refundable tax credits; the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC, the refundable portion of child tax credit), and the now-expired Making Work Pay Credit.
Obama's tax recordCNNHe has tried to make a few permanent, such as the Making Work Pay credit for families earning under $150000. And he has backed the expansion of existing breaks, such as the earned income tax credit and the child tax credit.and more »
Chattanooga Times Free PressIRS: Don't miss out on Earned Income Tax CreditSalt Lake TribuneThe Internal Revenue Service on Monday launched its annual outreach campaign aimed at helping the millions of Americans who earned $49078 or less take advantage of the Earned Income Tax Credit. The agency also is spreading the word about free ...On Earned Income Tax Credit Awareness Day, IRS and Partners Launch Outreach ...Seattle Post Intelligencer (blog)IRS urges tax filers to check out earned income creditMilwaukee Journal SentinelEarned Income Credit provides tax break for the poorSanta Cruz SentinelKansas City infoZine -Press-Register - al.com (blog) -WBRCall 184 news articles »
Bank of America and Wal-Mart Partner With United Way of Miami-Dade to Launch ...MarketWatch (press release)MIAMI, FL, Jan 30, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- United Way of Miami-Dade is launching a public awareness campaign to inform families who earn less than $49078 annually that they can receive up to $5751 in tax credits through the Earned Income Tax ...and more »
Rep. Ferri Encourages Qualified Residents to Use Free Tax Prep ProgramPatch.comWestbay Community Action is offering the service to help more area residents capture the earned income tax credit, a tax credit available to lower-income working people to help them keep more of what they earn. Individuals who qualify for the credit ...and more »
Baltimore SunFree help offered on taxesOmaha World-HeraldThe Omaha EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit) Coalition offers free tax preparation and free federal and state e-file at a number of metro-area locations throughout the tax season. The service is for low-income tax-filers. Some sites are Volunteer Income ...Randy McClain: Lines grow as more seek free tax helpThe TennesseanTaxed by scrambled taxes? There's help handyThe Register-Guardall 28 news articles »
Do you qualify for Earned Income Tax Credit?SunHerald.comn Investment income must be $3150 or less for 2011. Income maximum is adjusted for married filing jointly. Sunherald.com encourages an open exchange of affirming and dissenting opinions on our stories, and we consider it an important element of the ...and more »
KIMA CBS 29Earned Income Credit provides tax break for the poorSanta Cruz SentinelThrough the federal Earned Income Tax Credit, you may be eligible for a refund of up to $5751 - even if no taxes were withheld from your pay in 2011. Some low-income individuals can claim the credit too, and if you need help figuring it all out, ...Earned income tax credit claimed by 26M last year, but IRS says 1 in 5 ...Greenfield Daily ReporterEarned Income Tax Credit could mean an extra couple thousand dollarsal.com (blog)IRS Tax Tip: Do I Qualify For The Earned Income Tax Credit For 2011?NJ TODAYKPLC-TV -NOLA.comall 134 news articles »
Northland's NewsCenterA Tax Credit Getting Working Families Thousands of DollarsFOX 21 OnlineThey're saying working families could be missing out on thousands of dollars by not claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit. It's a federal tax credit available to low and middle income families. Often families miss out because they do not file their ...Free Tax Preparation Courtesy of Community Action DuluthNorthland's NewsCenterTax Preparation Help From Community Action DuluthKDALall 3 news articles »
...families making less than $50,000 a year, Uncle Sam may have a nice surprise for you at tax time. Through the federal Earned Income Tax Credit, you may be eligible for a refund of up to $5,751 - even if no taxes were withheld from your pay in 2011. Some low-income...
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Free tax prep offered to southern Nevada residentsKVVU Las VegasIn honor of National Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Awareness Day, United Way of Southern Nevada is hosting a kickoff celebration for its "Earn It Keep It Save It" complimentary tax preparation service on Friday. Patrons whose household income was ...and more »
WABEPublic officials promote free tax help and tax creditWABEExecutive Director Bill Bolling of the Atlanta Community Food Bank says the Earned Income Tax Credit helps low and moderate-income individuals. "This is a way to encourage people to get up and work hard maybe don't make the wages that they need to, ...and more »
Earned Income Tax Credit AwarenessWILX-TVNeeding a help up, she called 211 and discovered she was eligible for the earned income tax credit. That meant $1900 dollars in the bank. "The EITC made it possible for me to catch my bills up, pay my landload up, pay my shutoffs and I paid six months ...
USA TODAYFord Credit Earns $1.8 Billion Net Income in 2011*Sacramento BeeBy Ford Motor Credit Company DEARBORN, Mich., Jan. 27, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Ford Motor Credit Company reported net income of $1.8 billion in 2011, compared with $2 billion a year earlier. On a pre-tax basis, Ford Credit earned $2.4 billion in 2011, ...FORD CREDIT EARNS $1.8 BILLION NET INCOME IN 20113D Car ShowsFord stock reacts to news of earnings shortfallTorque NewsBiggest profit since '98CNNThe Detroit Newsall 687 news articles »
What's happening this weekend in the Yakima Valley: Friday, Jan. 27Yakima Herald-RepublicThe Earned Income Tax Credit kickoff day is today. Visit the Southeast Community Center, 1211 S. Seventh St., in Yakima from 11 am to 2 pm to learn about the Earned Income Tax Credit and get your taxes done for free. Call 2-1-1 for an appointment.and more »
Nutter talks earned income tax credit, program helps seniors with snow removalNewsworks.orgTom will have a story about the Police Advisory Commission, and he'll attend Mayor Michael Nutter's news conference on earned income tax credit. On NewsWorks Tonight, Dave Davies will have a piece on Pennsylvania redistricting.and more »
WE Connect Celebrates National EITC Awareness Day with WEb Connector EZMarketWatch (press release)SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan 27, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- As part of National EITC Awareness Day, WE Connect is encouraging Californians to try its online calculator that can help quickly and easily determine if they qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit ...and more »
KIMA CBS 29Charleston - Huntington West Virginia NewsEarned Income Tax Credit awareness ...WOWKBy April Kaull, Vice President of News Operations - email Workers are being urged to take advantage of the earned income tax credit. An awareness day is planned for Friday, Jan. 27. Millions of workers could overlook an important federal tax credit ...Millions of California Workers Will Qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit ...MarketWatch (press release)State Foundation Pushes For Low Earners To Claim Income Credit This YearKUARIRS to crack down on Earned Income Tax Credit FilersEastern Iowa GovernmentKEPR 19 -Press-Enterpriseall 93 news articles »
Did you know there is a refundable tax credit of up to $5751 available for working families with an income of less than $49078? Jackson Hewitt's How You Do ItSM
Better Business BureauIRS urging families to apply for earned income tax creditKGBT-TVby Daisy Martinez Texas IRS Spokesperson Irma Treviño said everyone must pay their share of taxes to Uncle Sam, but adds that this year the IRS is hoping to give more working families a refund by promoting the Earned Income Tax Credit.Millions of California Workers Will Qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit ...MarketWatch (press release)IRS to crack down on Earned Income Tax Credit FilersEastern Iowa GovernmentAre you paying too much in taxes?Carmi Times13abc News, Weather and Sports -Appleton Post Crescentall 130 news articles »
It's tax season - See if you qualify for an Earned Income Tax Credit!
Mesquite Local News10 Tax Tips for ParentsPatch.comEITC reduces the amount of tax you owe and may also give you a refund. IRS Publication 596, Earned Income Credit, has more details. Adoption Credit You may be able to take a tax credit for qualifying expenses paid to adopt an eligible child.New Year Brings New Opportunity for Tax Credits and Free Tax Hel4-traders (press release)Free Tax Help for Low-to-Moderate Income Taxpayers in the Laconia AreaThe Laconia Daily SunBracing Ourselves for the Year AheadMesquite Local Newsall 5 news articles »
State Foundation Pushes For Low Earners To Claim Income Credit This YearKUARThanks to efforts some Arkansas organizations, hundreds of low-income families across the state will have the chance this year to claim their federal Earned income Tax credit (EITC). According to the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation (WRF), nearly 50000 ...Helping Low Income Arkansans Keep More of the Money They EarnKARKVolunteers to offer free tax prep help to Horry residentsSCNowall 3 news articles »
Employers ready for Maryland's new tax credit lawGazette.Net: Maryland Community News Onlineby Lindsey Robbins, Staff Writer Maryland business groups say their members are ready to comply with a new state law that requires employers to notify workers of the state's earned income tax credit. The Maryland Chamber of Commerce and others ...
ForbesYour Complete Guide to Free Tax ToolsTheStreet.comOf course, each has its own eligibility criteria and none offers a free-file option to taxpayers with an adjusted gross income of more than $57000. Other criteria may include age, state, eligibility for the Earned Income Tax Credit and military status.TAX TIP: Tax Help 'en Español'Lahontan Valley NewsTax time approachingNews-Press NowNeed help with your taxes?Examiner.comOregonLive.com (blog) -Arizona Republic -Clarksville Onlineall 96 news articles »
Hays Daily NewsAdvocates for children raise concerns about tax, budget proposalsLawrence Journal WorldBrownback's plan to overhaul the state tax code includes elimination of tax credits, such as the Earned Income Tax Credit, which is aimed at assisting low-income working families. And the governor's budget proposal for the fiscal year that starts July ...Editorial: Tax proposal will be tweakedTopeka Capital JournalTax plan is puzzlingKansas.comall 27 news articles »
Tax plan: Who benefits, who pays?Kansas City StarTax liability increases because of the elimination of earned income credit and food sales tax refund. Taxes decrease, primarily because of elimination of taxes on business income. Taxes decrease, primarily because of elimination of taxes on business ...and more »
Sampan'Best anti-poverty' tax measure on chopping blockTopeka Capital JournalAP Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley, a Democrat from Topeka, finds it ironic that the Earned Income Tax Credit once heralded by President Ronald Reagan is now in danger of extinction in Kansas, dying at the hands of tax-reform initiatives of a ...ABCD Launches Earned Income Tax Credit CampaignSampanDid you earn less than $50000 in 2011? You can get free tax helpBelleville News DemocratLearn more about tax credit Jan. 27, Feb. 11North Kitsap HeraldSacramento Bee -Boston.comall 54 news articles »
...we have been working to get to this moment. To finally have New Jersey right side up, so we can focus on the big things. To challenge ourselves to be better. To strive for greatness. To ensure that every New Jerseyan is given the opportunity to have the life they want. So in my budget, I will fulfill a promise I made to all the people of New Jersey in 2009. Real relief from the heavy personal income tax burden that has strangled our families and forced many to move away. I propose to reduce income tax rates for each and every New Jerseyan. In every tax bracket. By 10% across the board. I also propose to fully restore the earned income tax credit for New Jersey's working poor, which we were forced to cut during the dark days of 2010, when growth was gone and we had no money. So understand what this means -- every New Jerseyan will get a cut in taxes. The working poor. The struggling middle class. The new college graduates getting their first job. The senior citizens who have already retired. The single mom. The job creators. The parents trying to afford to send their son or daughter to college. Everyone made the sacrifice. Everyone will get the benefit. This will send a loud signal to New Jerseyans and would-be New Jerseyans, to families now living here and families who have left, to businesses and job creators thinking of coming here and those who have struggled to stay here: New Jersey is once again a place to plan your future, raise your family, grow your business ...
USA TODAYPICCA hosts Earned Income Tax Awareness programCircleville HeraldA couple different programs are on the horizon but coming soon, including the Earned Income Tax Credit program on Jan. 27 and PICCA's annual tax clinic on Feb. 4. “The Earned Income Tax Credit program helps to bridge the gap for low-wage earners,” said ...Liberty Tax Examines the Latest Earned Income Credit ChangesPR Web (press release)Tax assistance programs offeredDaily Mail - CharlestonIRS offers free taxpayer assistance to some householdsal.com (blog)South Bend Tribune -WCPO -Urbana Daily Citizenall 477 news articles »
Hays Daily NewsBattle forming over Brownback's plan to scrap earned income tax creditLawrence Journal WorldAn example of this, he and Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley, D-Topeka, said was Brownback's desire to eliminate the state version of the Earned Income Tax Credit. Getting rid of the EITC would take $90 million out of the pockets of working poor ...Kansas Gov. Brownback's tax plan ends mortgage deductionSacramento BeeDetails of Kan. governor's tax plan revealedBusinessWeekSenate panel starts Kan. tax study with questionsCBS NewsTopeka Capital Journalall 71 news articles »
Lt. Governor Tim Murray explains how the Massachusetts Earned Income Tax Credit works. Take a look and see if you qualify.
EITC 2012 -- a site coordinator explains the importance of the Earned Income Tax Credit initiative.
...rate was among the lowest in the country. On the other end of the spectrum, Vermont’s rate is 32 percent of the federal earned-income tax credit, according to a state website. “It’s good news for working families. This is really a victory for parents,” said...
ABC7Chicago.comEarned-income tax credit expanding in IllinoisWREX-TVIllinois Governor Pat Quinn signed legislation that expands the state's earned-income tax credit from 5 percent of the federal credit, to 7.5 percent next year and 10 percent the year after. "This law is a win for workers, a win for families and a win ...Quinn signs earned-income tax credit lawChicago Sun-TimesQuinn signs earned-income tax credit billBloomington PantagraphIllinois Gov. Pat Quinn signs earned-income tax credit into lawChicago TribuneABC7Chicago.com -NEWS.GNOM.ES (press release) -WJBC Newsall 174 news articles »
If you worked in 2011 but didn't make a lot of money, see if you are eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has put out his tax plan and it is a Robin Hood in reverse. He takes from the poor and gives to the rich. The Tax Policy Center studied Romney's plan and concluded it raised taxes on lower income families while giving tax cuts to the rich. On top of that, they conclude it would increase the deficit. "Virtually everybody with a big income is getting a tax cut," said Roberton Williams, a senior fellow at the Tax Policy Center as reported by Stephan Ohlemacher of Associated Press. Low income tax payers will get a tax increase of 60%; while corporations and the rich get a tax cut The study showed that on average, households making less than $20000 would see their taxes increase by more than 60 percent. Households making between $50000 and $75000 would get small tax cuts, averaging 2.2 percent, or about $250, the study said. However, wealthy people like Romney making more than $1 million would get tax cuts averaging 15 percent, or about $146000. The Romney's plan would cut the top corporate tax rate form 35 percent to 25 percent; eliminate investment taxes [capital gains taxes] for the middle class, and make permanent a massive package of tax cuts first enacted under President George W. Bush. The Bush tax cuts are the main reason for the huge debt that strangles the nation. Romney would also repeal tax increases on the wealthy that were enacted as part of President Barack Obama's health care package. He would also allow the lower ...
There's No Place Like Home is a Radio/TV show sponsored by the Housing Finance Authority of Pinellas County. The show features topical subjects each month geared towards housing and home ownership. This month's guest is Eddie Burch, Communications Specialist with JWB (Juvenile Welfare Board), the Children's Services Council of Pinellas County. This month's program focuses on income tax season and a couple of programs that can help put money back in your bank account.
A series of tax cuts will expire at the end of 2012, including two provisions that are critical for low-income working families: the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the Child Tax Credit (CTC). These tax credits boost household earnings and lift millions of people out of poverty each year. Heather Rude-Turner and her family has benefited from the Earned Income Tax Credit since 2009. Watch Heather's story and learn how these valuable tax credits helped her family survive homelessness and poverty. Learn more and ask Congress to provide tax credits for families, visit www.bread.org/OL.
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If you work but don't make a lot of money, see if you are eligible for the earned income tax credit.
Illinois General Assembly voted in SB397 and SB400, giving a few corporations huge tax breaks and a pittance increase for the people in earned income credit and a $50 raise in general deduction for all tax payers--hardly enough to make up for the huge cuts in human services earlier this year and increasing costs of living. Isn't about the time for the government to start putting the people ahead of corporations? This just out, CME to cut charitable donations, announced the day after CME was awarded the tax break: www.msnbc.msn.com
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The VITA Program offers free tax help to low- to moderate-income people who cannot prepare their own tax returns. Certified volunteers sponsored receive training to help prepare basic tax returns at sites throughout Pierce County. Trained community volunteers may help with special credits, such as Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), Child Tax Credit, and Credit for the Elderly or the Disabled. In addition to free tax return preparation assistance, most sites also offer free electronic filing (e-filing). Individuals taking advantage of the e-file program will receive their refunds in half the time compared to returns filed on paper -- even faster when tax refunds are deposited directly into one's bank account. An estimated 46000 Pierce County Community members qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), and are living in poverty. As many as 11000 families in Pierce County qualify for the EITC, but are not receiving it. The IRS estimates that 20%-25% of qualifying workers miss out on thousands of dollars every year, because they fail to claim the EITC.
Dr Bill Raabe proposes that tax reform measures include a minimum tax that would be required of all adult US individuals. There are too many "non-payers," and all citizens should contribute to the operations of the federal government with this tax.
Meet Teri Dixon, a Kentucky co-op member who works for the IRS. For the last three years she's asked Straight Talk to help her get the word out about the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Now she meets with Whitney Duvall at her co-op, Owen Electric, to explain why the program's important. Find these materials at bit.ly
This 2-minute video explains how low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) are earned over a 15-year compliance period but claimed over a 10-year tax credit period. Go to www.novoco.com to learn more.