child tax credit

The website for non-tax-filers to sign up for the child tax credit has been plagued with accessibility issues. Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon wants to know why.
Meanwhile, Democrats are celebrating their new policy and vowing to make it permanent.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer pushed back against criticism of the online tool that some families must use to sign up for the new benefit.
President Joe Biden’s signature program will start delivering monthly checks to parents on July 15.
‘Best day of my career’: The new child tax credit could be a legacy achievement for some Democrats.
The Biden administration initially emphasized the child tax credit as an anti-poverty policy. Now they're selling it as a middle-class tax cut.
Millions of parents will soon receive monthly payments worth as much as $300 per child. It's already going a long way.
A badly designed government website stands between America's poorest families and much-needed monthly checks.
The expanded child tax credit won’t reach people who don’t file tax returns.
Reaching the poorest American families will require a massive outreach operation.