National EITC Networks
National Community Tax Coalition - (NCTC), a project of the Center for Economic Progress, leads the national community-based movement in connecting working families to tax benefits. The Coalition and its 500-plus affiliates promote tax credits and financial opportunities by bringing the voices of low- and moderate-income taxpayers to the tax policy arena and providing tools for free tax preparation and financial service programs.
Center on Budget Policy and Priorities - The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities is one of the nation’s premier policy organizations working at the federal and state levels on fiscal policy and public programs that affect low- and moderate-income families and individuals. Each year, the CBPP creates an Earned Income Tax Credit Outreach Kit to help promote the Earned Income Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit to working families.
Annie E Casey Foundation Family Economic Success (FES) Program- The Casey Foundation believes that the children in greatest trouble in America today are those whose parents lack the earnings, assets, services or social support systems required to consistently meet their families’ needs. Most of these children are growing up in impoverished communities that are disconnected from the economic mainstream. The Foundation is working to help these isolated families secure adequate incomes, stabilize their finances, accumulate savings and live in vibrant, economically viable neighborhoods through a combination of an approach known as building family economic success.
Brookings Institution Earned Income Tax Credit Series - Includes statistics on the ZIP and legislative district level, as well as reports and analyses pertaining to the EITC.
State EITC Online Resource Center - Provides access to research and resources about state EITC's and efforts to enact the credit in particular states.