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Expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit for workers without dependent children: Interim findings from the Paycheck Plus demonstration in New York City

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Thursday, November 29, 2018 - 13:12
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Miller, Cynthia
Katz, Lawrence F.
Azurdia, Gilda
Isen, Adam
Schultz, Caroline
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Washington, D.C.
Published Date: 
September 2017
Published Date (Text): 
September 2017
Year: 
2017
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Abstract: 

This report presents interim findings from the test of Paycheck Plus in New York City, presenting the proportion of participants who actually received the expanded credit in the first two years, and the credit’s effects over that time on income, work, earnings, tax filing, and child support payments. The findings are consistent with research on the federal EITC showing that an expanded credit can increase after-transfer incomes and encourage employment without creating work disincentives. Later reports will examine effects after three years on income, work, and other measures of well-being, in both New York City and Atlanta. (Edited author executive summary)

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