Opportunity to Join America Saves Week and Promote the Importance of Saving
America Saves Week, February 22 – 27, 2016, is an annual opportunity for organizations to promote good savings behavior and a chance for individuals to assess their own saving status.
Through partners like you, millions of individuals learn the importance of saving. We need your . . . → Read More: It’s Not Too Late! Opportunity to Join America Saves Week and Promote the Importance of Saving
Millions of Americans are managing money or property for a loved one who is unable to pay bills or make financial decisions. To help financial caregivers, the CFPB Office for Older Americans has created easy-to-understand Managing Someone Else’s Money guides. Join this free webinar to learn more about these guides and how you can help your . . . → Read More: CFPB Tools for Financial Caregivers and Upcoming Webinar
Free Tax Prep Finder
Enter your city, ZIP code or address below to find free tax prep locations near you. Once you find a convenient location, give them a call to set up an appointment or ask questions.
Check out our range of printable materials to help you understand the EITC to get the most money back this . . . → Read More: File for Free – Free Tax Prep Finder (interactive map)
Are You Eligible for the Federal EITC?
Follow the chart attached to see if you are eligible for the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) when ling as Single.
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EITC Awareness Day – 10th Anniversary
EITC Awareness Day was January 29, 2016!
It’s not too late to get involved!
See how below…
Each year, IRS joins partners nationwide to launch the EITC Awareness Day outreach campaign to ensure that millions of low-and moderate-income workers get the credit they deserve and get it right. The IRS invites community organizations, elected . . . → Read More: EITC Awareness Day was January 29, 2016!
CSAs Build Students’ College Savings and Aspirations
The data from the 2016 Assets & Opportunity Scorecard is out, and seven years after the recession, financial insecurity is still the norm for too many American families. Take, for example, liquid asset poverty. More than 40% of all American households are “liquid asset poor,” meaning they lack a . . . → Read More: CFED: CSAs Build Students’ College Savings and Aspirations