Working Families Tax Credit

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The Working Families Tax Credit is our state’s version of the federal Earned Income Tax Credit, an effective program that puts money in the pockets of hardworking people with low incomes. Enacting and funding a modern rebate would transform our tax code and help Washingtonians keep up with the cost of living.

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Blog Post Guest post: Let the rich pay our share in taxes By Melinda Young-Flynn | April 25, 2019

Blog Post Lawmakers need to make the tax code work for all working families By Kelli Smith | April 23, 2019

Blog Post Senate leaders push for a better tax code By Andy Nicholas | April 11, 2019

Chart/Graphic Senate Leader’s Plan to Rebalance Washington’s Tax Code April 09, 2019

Video/Webinar Senate testimony on Capital Gains and Working Families Tax Credit April 08, 2019

Blog Post Senate leaders propose two crucial policies to rebalance the tax code By Misha Werschkul | March 29, 2019

Blog Post Three takeaways from the House budget proposal By Kelli Smith | March 27, 2019

Blog Post The Working Families Tax Credit is a proven tool for better health By Margaret Babayan | February 11, 2019

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