Tax credit

A proposal from Rep. Richard Neal (D-Mass.) would upgrade the Earned Income Tax Credit. The odds against it remain high.
The 2020 candidates have ambitious plans for tackling big challenges, but still aren’t ready to repair America’s social safety net.
The 2020 presidential candidate's proposal includes a tax credit to ensure tenants don't pay more than 30% of their income on rent.
The American Family Act would dramatically improve family life. Are Democrats selling it short?
The Earned Income Tax Credit has long enjoyed bipartisan support because it encourages and rewards the work of low- and moderate-income people.
There's another change in the plan that may end up benefiting car dealers and not consumers. The tax credit will go directly
To reduce a $1.6 trillion shortfall in the 2011 budget, we should cut the contracts of private defense contractors who serve their own profits.
The stars have now aligned in the midst of this economic crisis, and it is precisely the time to address the urgent issues of poverty in America.
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Like many Republicans, McCain has made it clear that he feels about unions the way an Alaskan aerial hunter does about wolves -- best when dead.
McCain intends to tax workers for the value of health insurance that they receive from their employers. Really. It's not included in the description of his plan on his web site.