Working Families Tax Credit

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 Working Family Tax Credits Are Good for Wa. State’s Children and Economy By Tara Lee | April 09, 2013

Blog Post Lawmakers Have Chance to Support Workers and Economy By Mike Mitchell | February 26, 2013

Blog Post There’s a Way We Can Build Economic Prosperity for Washington’s Children By Mike Mitchell | July 19, 2012

Blog Post One Way to Improve Children’s Health: Fund the Working Families Tax Rebate By Andy Nicholas | June 06, 2012

Blog Post Why the Working Families Tax Rebate would work for Washington By Lori Pfingst | December 01, 2011

Blog Post Working Families Tax Rebate: A Wise Investment in Families and Communities By Kery Murakami | April 28, 2010

Blog Post A Primer on the Working Families Tax Rebate By Elena Hernandez | February 23, 2010

Blog Post Working Families Tax Rebate Administration Would be Straightforward and Efficient By Jeff Chapman | February 22, 2010

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