Family Tax Policy: A Path Forward to Lifting Children out of Poverty
John Monsif (Former Staff)Federal Budget Poverty & Family Economics
The 30-page report offers lawmakers a blueprint for using tax reform to improve the standard of living for children in the United States.
At a time when nearly half the nation’s children – and more than three in five children of color – live in poor or low-income households, the paper is both a stirring call to action and a roadmap to help Congress use tax reform to address this problem, which stifles America’s growth and prosperity.
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Read the full report here.