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Federal Tax Policy

We're working for responsible tax policies to ensure that we have the revenues needed to invest in our common future. We're working to reverse the provisions of the 2001-2003 tax cuts that benefit the wealthiest Americans, restore a fair estate tax, close tax loopholes for the wealthy and corporations, and ensure that those with the means to pay their fair share of taxes do so.

Highlights

Fact Sheet | The President’s Proposed EITC Expansion Would Benefit 6.1 Million Working Women at All Stages of Their Lives

April 2, 2014

This fact sheet shows how President Obama's proposed expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) would help working women.

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Fact Sheet | What Extra Tax Breaks for the Richest Americans Cost Women and Families

April 26, 2013

This fact sheet explains what tax breaks for the richest American taxpayers cost women and families. 

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Fact Sheet | What Offshore Corporate Tax Loopholes Cost Women and Families

April 4, 2013

Many programs vital to women and their families are being cut.  Yet, at the same time, our nation is spending billions of dollars each year on unfair tax breaks for large corporations and very wealthy individuals.  

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Fact Sheet | A Roadmap to the 2013 Federal Budget Debates

May 17, 2013

Here is a look at key provisions of the fiscal cliff deal, the timeline for critical choices that remain before Congress, and the guiding principles that will protect women and their families and promote widely shared prosperity.

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More Resources

Fact Sheet | The President’s Proposed EITC Expansion Would Benefit 6.1 Million Working Women at All Stages of Their Lives

April 02, 2014

Fact Sheet | Ensuring Women Thrive at Work Creates Economic Prosperity for All

November 11, 2013

Fact Sheet | A Roadmap to the 2013 Federal Budget Debates

May 17, 2013

Fact Sheet | What Extra Tax Breaks for the Richest Americans Cost Women and Families

April 26, 2013

Coalition Action Materials | Comments Submitted to Tax Reform Working Group on Education and Family Benefits

April 15, 2013