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Testing an expanded Earned Income Tax Credit for single adults: Year 1 of Paycheck Plus

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Miller, Cynthia
Schultz, Caroline
Bernardi, Alexandra
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Washington, D.C.
Published Date: 
December 2015
Published Date (Text): 
December 2015
Year: 
2015
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Despite this broad support, an EITC expansion for adults without children has yet to become policy in today’s environment of budget ceilings and efforts to rein in spending. The Paycheck Plus study will inform this debate by presenting evidence on the effects of this type of policy on low-wage workers’ income and earnings. This brief, the second in a series, provides an update on the project, describing the implementation of the bonus during the first year and receipt rates during the 2015 tax season. The brief also discusses the forthcoming test of Paycheck Plus in Atlanta, Georgia, which will provide evidence of its effects in a different context from New York City. (Edited author introduction)

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