Training: Working Families Tax Credit: What is it, who qualifies, and how to help people apply
February 8 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Location/Zoom: Zoom link will be sent the day before the training to those who register.
Audience: Staff & volunteers (and those interested in volunteering!) of agencies serving lower-income community members. Businesses that want to encourage or help their employees and/or clients to apply.
Presenter: Sandi Phinney, Division Director, Community Action of Skagit County
Description: Great news! Hardworking families in Washington State can now get up to $1,200 back on their taxes! Learn more about this important new resource to help households stabilize, pay bills, and even save for the future. If you attended our teaser presentation at the Feb. 1 Brunch & Learn with Community Action, this workshop will build on that overview. The training is also appropriate for anyone new to the WFTC. It is a condensed version of the 4.5-hour State Department of Revenue training.
Did you know?:
- Applicants do not need to have an address? Folks without homes may be eligible!
- Undocumented immigrants are eligible if they have an ITIN, and no one will ask about the applicant’s status!
- Only one person in the household needs to meet the all the eligibility requirements!
Find out more: www.communityactionskagit.org/financial-wellbeing/