The Montgomery County Community Action Agency is the County’s official anti-poverty agency. The Community Action Board serves in an advisory capacity to the County Executive and County Council, and as an advocate on behalf of the poor and working poor of the County.
Montgomery County Community Action
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
CBPP Report: Don't Let Earned Income and Child Tax Credits Expire
Letting Key Provisions of Working-Family Tax Credits Expire Would Push 16 Million People Into or Deeper Into Poverty Some 50 Million Americans Face Cut
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According to a Center on Budget and Policy Priorities Report, 243,000 Maryland residents would fall below the poverty line or be made poorer if key EITC and CTC Provisions expire in 2017. Nationally, more than 16 million people, including 8 million children, would fall into or deeper into poverty if these provisions are allowed to expire.
Montgomery County Community Action Agency