earned income tax credit

In an unusual move, Congress is letting even the poorest have cash.
A proposal from Rep. Richard Neal (D-Mass.) would upgrade the Earned Income Tax Credit. The odds against it remain high.
New research highlights the high stakes of economic inequality, and its particular impact on women.
But J.D. Scholten says he does not yet have plans to run for office again.
Their new tax bill lavishes breaks on businesses that underpay what they owe.
A key tax credit for working people is being singled out for "fraud."
Republicans favor new restrictions on the earned income tax credit.
Working families making less than $64,000 per year can also take advantage of free name-brand tax preparation software offered
The Educational Testing Service in 2013 calculated that the economic and educational costs of child poverty total half a
Another poll, released last week by the MacArthur Foundation, provided further confirmation that Americans are concerned