New Article: How the EITC Benefits Urban and Rural Communities
Posted by on December 10, 2004
The “State” of Low-Wage Workers: How the EITC Benefits Urban and Rural Communities in the 50 States
An analysis of IRS Earned Income Tax Credit data across all 50 states finds that low-income working families live in large cities and rural areas in nearly equal numbers, creating common policy interests for supporters of urban neighborhoods and small rural towns alike.
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