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Earn Income Credit
Earned Income Credit. The Earned Income Credit is a refundable federal or state tax benefit designed to help low-income workers increase their financial stability and maintain their independence from the welfare system. It has several important purposes: to reduce taxes, supplement wages, and make work more attractive than welfare.
Earned Income Credit. A refundable tax credit for certain people who work and have earned income under a certain amount. EIC may reduce the amount of tax you owe and may also give you a refund.
Earned Income Credit. An advance-of-filing refund of Federal income tax based on expected earned income, filing status, non-excludable income, maintenance of a household and at least one dependent child. (See specific requirements on the Earned Income Credit Advance Payment Certificate (W-5).)
Earned Income Credit. A tax credit that is available to low-income employees. It may be taken when the employee files his or her individual tax return, or partially paid in advance by the employer during the year.
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Earned Income Credit. A tax credit available to certain low-income employees. It may be taken with the employee's Federal Form 1040 (Individual Tax Return), or paid in advance by the employer during the year on each paycheck.
or EITC - Earned Income Tax Credit, a federal and Wisconsin benefit that supplements the wages of poor families.