Watch the ACA & Tax Time webinar to learn what you need to know for the upcoming tax season! Co-sponsored by Grantmakers In Health and the EITC Funders Network, this webinar highlights lessons learned from the 2014 open enrollment season and critical issues for funders for 2015 related to enrollment, reconciliation and premium tax credits.
Two generation approaches to alleviating poverty focus on providing the necessary services and supports to both vulnerable parents and children together as a way to ensure a better future for the family in both the short term as well as for generations to come.
While data illustrating the impact of welfare reform in the past two decades show an increase in parents working and fewer people on welfare, a closer look at the data reveal troubling trends related to children and families living in deep poverty, meaning those living below half the federal poverty line.
While the EITC and Child Tax Credit have enjoyed bipartisan support since inception, conservatives have offered strong endorsements of both in recent months. Considering this, Tax Credits for Working Families, an online resource for advocates and service providers, launched a new blog series.
Free tax preparation sites across the country played a critical role during last year’s historic roll out of the Affordable Care Act. The coming tax year will provide additional opportunities for tax preparation sites to assist families to enroll in health care coverage.