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Form a partnership with other interested parties, including:
- Elected officials at the state and local level, including: your governor, congressmen/women, state representatives, county commissioners, mayor, city council members, assemblymen/women, and other elected officials
- Charitable organizations
- Agencies assisting lower income individuals and families
- Organizations and schools assisting persons with disabilities
- Financial institutions
- School Boards
- Churches and faith-based organizations
- Major employers
- County Extension Services
- Food banks and shelters
- Job banks
- Low Income Tax Clinics
- Volunteer tax assistance sponsors
Continue to more Tried and True Tips...
- Plan to participate in EITC Awareness Day by joining interested parties nationwide in generating extensive mainstream and social media activity to spotlight EITC.
- Keep the EITC message alive through the Filing Season.
- Best practices -- what we can learn from others. You will find...
- Best practices from financial institution partners
- Best practices from educational institution partners
- Best practices from governmental agency partners
- Best practices from volunteer and community organizations
- Best practices from large employers
Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 29-Jan-2015