Working Families Tax Credit

The Working Families Tax Credit is a tax credit dedicated to supporting families that have been most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. 30 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Colombia have enacted a working families tax credit, but Idaho is not one of them.

The Working Families Tax Credit is a tax credit dedicated to supporting families that have been most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. 30 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Colombia have enacted a working families tax credit, but Idaho is not one of them.

If we want to ensure that all Idahoans are able to support their families and have financial security, we need to update our tax structure to support our communities by enacting a Working Families Tax Credit. We are passionate about a Working Families Tax Credit because it has a proven track record of elevating families and ensuring they have the means to pay for essentials like car repairs, groceries, and diapers.

Once put into law, an Idaho working families tax credit will:

  • Impact 333,200 Idahoans and make them eligible for $200-$300 credit
  • Let industries such as retail, construction, janitorial, farm labor, service workers, others keep more of what they earn and make work pay more
  • Stimulate local businesses
  • Help families cover the costs of essentials like groceries and childcare

This campaign is supported by the Elevate Idaho Families coalition, a diverse coalition of non-profits, business leaders, community advocates, and lawmakers. However, we still need you to join us for this campaign. Please sign the petition and help us tell lawmakers that this tax credit for working people is good for Idaho.

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