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CalEITC4Me
We are a statewide campaign run by that is dedicated to spreading awareness of the , a cash back tax refund for working Californians.
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CalEITC4Me Sep 20
"The truth is, millions more low-income people...still hover at the edges of poverty, just one illness or divorce or job loss away from disaster," writes in the . We must do better!
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CalEITC4Me Sep 19
With 1 in 6 Californians living in poverty, it’s critical that we connect struggling workers w the $ they’ve earned! The California Earned Income Tax Credit can help ppl build toward financial stability. Learn more:
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Golden State Opportunity Sep 18
Helping families and empowering individuals! These are the reasons we run our education and outreach campaigns channeling resources to those in need. That's what our 2nd Annual Women's Economic Empowerment Summit will be all about.
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CalEITC4Me Sep 17
Wage’s for low- and moderate-income workers are stagnant. Costs continue to rise: One way California is addressing the affordability crisis is through an expanded Earned Income Tax Credit. Details:
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CalEITC4Me Sep 13
Across the country states are waking up to the power of the Earned Income Tax Credit as among the most effective tools to create shared prosperity and lift workers out of poverty. The latest from New Jersey: h/t
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Golden State Opportunity Sep 12
"Women belong in all places where decisions are being made...It shouldn't be that women are the exception." — Ruth Bader Ginsburg What does empowering women and families mean to you?
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CalEITC4Me Sep 10
. + Tim Silard nail it in their oped: "CA has the resources, proven solutions and capability to lift all of our children out of deep poverty in the next few years and to end all child poverty within a generation."
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Golden State Opportunity Sep 9
"Poverty is a threat to our nation’s economy, security, and human potential, but it’s an issue politicians on stages large and small have avoided. That needs to end." calls for the agenda to take center stage at
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Joe Sanberg Sep 8
The governing agenda of our nation ought to be: because our Poverty Crisis is the nearly 8 out of 10 Americans who live paycheck to paycheck and because ending poverty requires ending misogyny and racism. My urging to presidential candidates:
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Golden State Opportunity Sep 7
Financial security should not be out of reach for any family. Our 2019 Women’s Economic Empowerment Summit will bring together a coalition of local leaders committed to delivering resources and support to low-income families.
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Golden State Opportunity Sep 6
Want to make a difference with your work? Join us. We're hiring for a number of positions throughout California!
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Golden State Opportunity Sep 6
We are thrilled to announce Mariana Montenegro from as the emcee for our 2019 Women's Economic Empowerment Summit!
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Golden State Opportunity Sep 5
Today for we encourage you to learn more about our ongoing efforts to put local resources in reach for low-income women and their families:
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CalEITC4Me Sep 5
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And next year it's only going to get better when the California Earned Income Tax Credit is more than doubled to a $1 billion program. That expansion includes an additional $1,000 credit for working parents w young children.
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CalEITC4Me Sep 5
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Who else makes the list of states where the tax code doesn't exacerbate income inequality? We do here in California!
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CalEITC4Me Sep 5
Maine joins six other states and DC in having tax codes where the bottom 20 percent of earners pay a lower average effective tax rate than the top 1 percent. One way Mainers achieved that? Increasing their state Earned Income Tax Credit.
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Susan J. Demas 🏔 Sep 5
If we actually want to do something to boost the economy in Michigan, we should boost the EITC. There’s no shortage of Democratic proposals out there.
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FreeTaxPrepLA Sep 4
The numbers don't lie. According to the "The CalEITC, together with federal credits, significantly boosts the incomes of working families with children". It's your money; claim it!
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Golden State Opportunity Sep 4
We couldn't be more excited for our former President as he tackles this new challenge. Thanks for the years of great leadership!
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Economic Security Project Sep 3
Through the , and are fostering life-changing opportunities through the power of cash.
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