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CalEITC4Me
We are a statewide campaign run by that is dedicated to spreading awareness of the , a cashback tax refund for working Californians.
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CalEITC4Me Sep 15
If you got a tax extension this year, you now have THIRTY DAYS left to file your taxes & claim the . Calculate your refund at
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Golden State Opportunity Sep 15
Wishing a happy to the millions of Latin@s who have contributed to the culture, prosperity & resiliency of our great state.
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L.A. County Center for Financial Empowerment Sep 14
Over 1 million Californians won’t automatically receive their stimulus payment. If you haven’t received your money, you may need to take action to claim your $1,200! Visit or call (844) 322-3639 to speak with a stimulus payment counselor.
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MayorOfLA Sep 10
Proud to support two critical bills pending on ’s desk. AB1876 and AB826 extend tax credits to all California tax paying families and ensure that no one, regardless of immigration status, goes hungry during this pandemic.
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California Reinvest Coalition Sep 11
Governor has at his finger tips the power to lift-up 600k immigrants & people of color out of poverty! is sitting on his desk right now, the bill would expand tax credit to ITIN tax filers! sign the bill NOW!
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CalEITC4Me Sep 13
Last year, CA became the 1st state to extend the to all low-wage workers over 18. Yet many young adults & seniors still don't know they qualify. There's still one month to claim the cash you need. Visit to learn how much you can claim today.
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CalEITC4Me Sep 9
Financial pain from is “much, much worse” than experts expected. This poll is yet more proof that struggling families need the & other cash benefits now more than ever.
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CalEITC4Me Sep 7
No workers should have to live in poverty. This , let’s recommit to pushing for policies that uplift working families like the , and .
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FreeTaxPrepLA Sep 2
Since 2015, the has been providing financial relief to low-to-moderate income working households. Now the CalEITC is . You may qualify for thousands in tax credits and the stimulus payment. Learn more at .
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CIPC Aug 30
We KNOW that cash benefits are the BEST way to support families struggling to make ends meet. So why do we exclude over 600,000 Californians from the ? Vote for and
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California Budget & Policy Center Sep 3
is one of the most powerful tools California uses to provide cash assistance to workers and families through our state’s tax system.
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ICIJ Sep 1
Thank you Assemblymember Eloise Reyes () and the dedicated immigrant community leaders, ITIN tax filers are now eligible for the CalEITC, one of the most powerful, immediate, and critical tools the state has to help lift families out of poverty.
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CalEITC4Me Sep 2
Don’t leave cash on the table. Claim your federal and state tax refunds at no cost to you. Learn more at .
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CalEITC4Me Sep 2
. Our state needs to simplify the & . Let's make it easier for hardworking low-income families to get the tax refunds they deserve. ➡️Pass 👍
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Cynthia Buiza Aug 31
ITIN inclusion in the CalEITC corrects a historical and structural inequity in our safety net and is a lifeline in these times of great struggle and suffering for low-income immigrant families. 👇🏾
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CalEITC4Me Aug 31
Thank you for all your work with the legislature to achieve FULL inclusion. it’s your turn to sign ! We need you to now!
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CalEITC4Me Aug 28
According to a report by , low-paying industries in CA saw a 26.8% decline in jobs from Feb-April. That’s over 1.5M private sector jobs. We’re here to help. Visit to file your taxes for free & get your CalEITC tax refund online!
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California Budget & Policy Center Aug 26
📊 Many workers in industries with the most jobs lost were already struggling before the COVID-19 economic downturn.
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TCWF Aug 21
's report examines the positive economic impact of the on ’s economy & recommends how the credit can be improved to be a more effective tool during the recession:
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CalEITC4Me Aug 20
It’s not too late to file your taxes! CA residents can file state tax returns until Thursday, October 15. Click here to find out if you’re eligible for the and claim a much needed cash refund right now:
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