More Resources for EITC

More About EITC

  • EITC Home Page — find out who qualifies for EITC, reports and more on irs.gov


  • EITC Income Limits, Credit Amounts and Tax Law Updates — find EITC income limits and credit amounts for this year, the last two years and a peak at the coming year on irs.gov


  • EITC Questions and Answers — find answers to questions frequently asked about EITC on irs.gov


  • Special EITC Rules - information on Special EITC rules for members of the military, ministers, members of the clergy, those receiving disability benefits and those with a relative with a disability on irs.gov

More Outreach Resources

  • Partner Resource Page — find out how to help promote EITC by using your communication network so more people that are eligible receive the credit on irs.gov


  • Free Tax Help — information on the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and the Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) Programs on irs.gov


  • Tax Preparer Toolkit — tools for preparing retunrs with EITC for paid preparers and volunteers


  • Low Income Tax Clinics — information on what an LITC is and how to become one on irs.gov


  • Taxpayer Rights — know your rights as a taxpayer and IRS's obligations to protect them on irs.gov

Other Government Agency Resources

  • AFI, Assets for Independence Resource Center (you leave this IRS sponsored site to visit this government agency site) — promotes the economic and social well-being of families, children, individuals and communities. AFI provides grants to enable community-based nonprofits and State, local, and Tribal government agencies to implement and demonstrate an asset-based approach for offering low-income families help out of poverty. It also provides information on the AFI Program and IDAs, individual development accounts, including best practices for providing and using IDAs and related services.

More Resource from Non-government and Not-for-profit Organizations

  • Annie E. Casey Foundation (you leave this IRS sponsored site to visit this site) — developing solutions to build a brighter future for children, familes and communities


  • Brookings Institute (you leave this IRS sponsored site to visit Brookings site) — find reports on EITC and an interactive database.  You can display and download ZIP code-level tax return information for states, metro areas, counties, cities, and state legislative and congressional districts 


  • CBPP, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (you leave this IRS sponsored site to visit CBPP site) — find additional information and reports on studies, on populations served by EITC, how to help working families escape poverty, and how enacting a state or local EITC is relatively affordable for states or localities




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Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 04-Jun-2014