EITC

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EITCEarned Income Tax Credit
EITCEast India Trading Company
EITCEuropean Information Technology Conference
EITCEastern Idaho Technical College
EITCEmerging Information Technology Conference
EITCEmirates Integrated Telecommunication Company (UAE)
EITCElectro/Information Technology Conference
EITCEducation and Information Transfer Core
EITCEngineering Inspection Technical Committee (United Kingdom)
EITCEverybody Investing in Their Communities (United Way)
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The cliff effect associated with the Earned Income Tax Credit, for example, limits a taxpayer's investment income.
EITC Finder: Intuit's free app asks a series of questions to help users determine if they qualify for the earned income tax credit For more information, visit www.intuitempowers.com/eitcfinder.
To download NLC's toolkit for municipal leaders on Maximizing the Earned Income Tax Credit, visit www.nlc.org/iyef.
THE SOURCE: "Effects of Prenatal Poverty on Infant Health: State Earned Income Tax Credits and Birth Weight" by Kate W.
If your income fell below $49,000 last year, you may qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit.
Although the friend's earned income amount might qualify her for an earned income tax credit, she must forgo one.
The Earned Income Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit (CTC), Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC), and the dependent exemption all provide benefits to families with children.
"The earned income tax credit alone has benefits as great as $4,824 for families with two or more children."
This article's focus: Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is the government's largest benefits program for working families.
They include the federal child tax credit, welfare benefits, earned income tax credit, special fuels tax credits, foreign income excluded for federal income taxes, and untaxed Social Security benefits.
The Advance Earned Income Tax Credit (AEITC) allows individuals to receive a portion of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) in their paychecks, instead of receiving all of it when filing their year-end tax return.