WFTC


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AcronymDefinition
WFTCWorking Families' Tax Credit (UK)
WFTCWorld Federation of Therapeutic Communities
WFTCWisconsin Fair Trade Coalition (Madison, WI)
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The WftC is implemented through the DEAs Environmental Protection and Infrastructure Programme (EPIP), with a focus on the cleaning and rehabilitation of the entire South African coastline, as well as the development and maintenance of coastal infrastructure.
Table 2 WFTC instruments (Case study I) Total number of naming units: 192 100% ONOMASIOLOGICAL TYPE I 54 28.1% 1.
These characteristics include: the maximum Family Credit, WFTC, Children's Tax Credit and/or WTC based solely on demographic characteristics (i.e., number and age of children); number of children squared; number of young children; regional unemployment rate and its square; categorical variables for marital status, a nonwhite head; and, age of the head (in 5-year age groupings).
(64) The school at Fort Stockton, Texas, was transferred from the WFTC to the CFTC.
(6.) Income Support (IS) and Job Seekers' Allowance (JSA), the out-of-work welfare programs (mainly for poor lone parents, the disabled, and the unemployed), have also benefited from increasingly generous additions for dependent children, as has Working Families' Tax Credit (WFTC), the main in-work welfare program.
Table 10 illustrates the computation of the productivity of the WFTC nouns with label Agent (other labels being Instrument, Quality or Action) in our corpus, where some of the items included under this WFTC are:
But being eligible for WFTC has also led to some 50,000 more people becoming a couple.
Trudi, who separated from her husband in 2001 and divorced in 2003, receives maintenance on top of her WFTC and monthly wage but, with growing boys, has little left to save.
So, even if their parent does get a job, it is not always enough to get a child out of poverty, even with Working Family Tax Credit (WFTC).
Mr Owen Prys-Lewis, prosecuting, said the charges related to four Working Families' Tax Credit (WFTC) claims, supported by employer earning inquiry forms, that were sent in between December 2000 and July 2002.
One of the main measures to address the issue of workless households has been the Working Families Tax Credit (WFTC) introduced in 1999 to provide in-work financial support for families with children.
Their impact is expected to be modest on employment; for example, the WFTC is predicted to raise "the employment rate of single mother by 3 percent points" (Paull, Taylor, and Duncan 2002).