The EITC is a common sense tax break that reduces the income tax owed by low-wage working families, allowing them to keep more of their paycheck. Over the last few years, 86,000 Rhode Island taxpayers saw an increase to their state EITC and are set to see another increase for tax year 2017 from 12.5% of the federal credit to 15%! This means Rhode Island working families will have more dollars to pay for the basics. Let’s keep the momentum going by increasing the state EITC even further.
To learn more about the Earned Income Tax Credit, check out our EITC Guide Page.
The Rhode Island EITC Coalition consists of the following member organizations who work hard everyday for Rhode Island’s working families:
2018 EITC Coalition Partners
Community Action Partnership of Providence
Comprehensive Community Action Program
The Economic Progress Institute
Federal Hill House*
National Council of Jewish Women Advocacy Network
Rhode Island Community Food Bank
Rhode Island Interfaith Coalition to Reduce Poverty
Rhode Island KIDS COUNT
Rhode Island State Council of Churches
United Way of Rhode Island