Earned Income Tax Credit
Pandemic Assistance Won’t Count Against Foster Youth This Tax Season
Current and former foster youth will not have to pay federal income tax on coronavirus pandemic assistance payments.
Brief Offers Policies to Support Health of California’s Youngest Children
A new brief from Children Now outlines a portfolio of policy solutions aimed at supporting children in California during the critical developmental years of early childhood. In California, a significant chunk of the state’s babies and toddlers are at risk of abuse and poor health outcomes during their youngest years.
What the Trump Administration Means for Vulnerable Children and Families in California
Since the election of Donald Trump, there have been glimpses of the potential fallout for vulnerable children in foster care — those whom the state is responsible for parenting. We are looking at the possibility of disastrous cuts that will adversely affect children and families for generations to come.