Yahoo references an SPI study whose findings show that the CTC has enabled low-income families to work.
SPI’s latest Child Tax Credit research, released in an exclusive with the Daily Caller, suggests that the expanded CTC payments have little to no impact on the workforce. This contradicts predictions that the payments would exacerbate the labor shortage. This article was syndicated by Shore News Network.
The Nevada Current cites a Social Policy Institute survey finding that payments from the expanded child tax credit were associated with a decrease in food insufficiency and is enabling parents to save for their children’s futures.
The Nevada Current shares recent SPI findings that the expanded child tax credit is helping parents save for their children’s future and is linked to a decrease in food insufficiencies.
Leah Hamilton, faculty affiliate at SPI, highlights the expanded child tax credit as a possible solution to helping families escape poverty in an article on Fortune.
CBS News discussed SPI findings on how parents are spending their child tax credit in a conversation about the future of the expansion of the payments.
Forbes shares statistics from an SPI national survey about how parents plan to use their child tax credit while discussing the future of the payments.
WisBusiness interviewed Stephen Roll, research assistant professor at SPI, on the potential of the child tax credit expansion to bolster small businesses.
Survey results from a report by the Social Policy Institute at Washington University in St. Louis show that families are using the child tax credit to care for their children.
The Tax Policy Center recently shared research from Laura Brugger, data analyst II of SPI, and Elaine Maag, principal research associate at the Urban Institute, on how immigrant families have accessed and used the Child Tax Credit.
SPI’s recent research was shared at a Joint Economic Committee hearing. The research discussed how households with incomes under $25,000 are among the least likely to know about the expansion of the Child Tax Credit. Read the Tax Foundation’s transcript.
Yahoo! Money shares new SPI data showing how families plan to use the expanded Child Tax Credit, suggesting that the expanded payments allow parents to return to work.
A collaborative study from the Social Policy Institute and Humanity Forward show that Child Tax Credit payments have allowed parents to work the same amount or more.
CNBC shares data from a team of researchers from SPI in collaboration with Appalachian State, UNC-Greensboro, the Urban Institute and Humanity Forward, which shows that the new enhanced Child Tax Credit may help parents continue working.