23 Апр. 2014 г.|
Credit 47 com на карту
When (and if) that city becomes available, you'll get a 20% credit towards that map in the same size.
IF you can find it, type the city, color and size of the map into the comment section when you place an order and you will get a free surprise.
Begun in 1975, the credit reduces the income tax liability of low- and moderate-income working households and, because it is refundable, provides a subsidy to households with sufficiently low income.As the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program has documented, the EITC does a very good job of targeting assistance to areas of poverty, and has continued to do so even as poverty has shifted away from urban and to suburban areas.
Brookings researchers found that 60 percent of EITC funds went to residents of the 100 largest metros, while the credit grew most quickly in the suburbs where there were more low-income households.Digging deeper into the program’s benefits, Brookings’ Alan Berube argues that the ETIC is both an anti-poverty program and a federal investment in local and regional economies.
The EITC avoids the substantial costs associated with these households falling permanently into poverty because of a one-time event like a health crisis.Further, a study of how the EITC was used in Chicago found that households used the credit to satisfy current consumption needs, but also to make expenditures associated with social mobility.