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The Power of Tax Policy to Reduce Poverty - Shared screen with speaker view
David Plasterer
12:16
Excited to see you all here to learn more about how tax policy can lower poverty and increase equity!
David Plasterer, RESULTS
15:40
Please feel free to ask questions in the chat and we will have some time at the end for Q&A
Sarah Smith (She/her/hers)
21:42
Are presenter's emails on the conference website?
Alan Newberg Bremerton, WA, He/His
22:14
Give us insight into how children are rated poor vrs. adult groups in poverty.
Beth Prevo/she-hers
22:42
is there a way to see the entire screen share or is it just me? can't see the top part... txs
Jos Linn, RESULTS (he/him)
24:00
Beth, it is how her screen is sharing. Sadly, we're not sure how to turn that off.
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
28:45
@Alan, broadly children -- especially younger children -- are more likely to be below the Federal Poverty Line than other age groups. Can see more re how the Census Bureau measures and what that Poverty Line is (one national standard...) here: https://www.census.gov/topics/income-poverty/poverty.html
David Plasterer, RESULTS
33:48
Thank you for that informative presentation Francine!
Francine Lipman
38:47
I look forward to hearing from each and all of you. Francine.lipman@unlv.edu
Sarah Smith (She/her/hers)
39:43
Thank you Ms. Lipman!
Francine Lipman
40:15
Happy to help our kids be their best selves.
Francine Lipman
41:47
Go Gabriella!!
David Plasterer, RESULTS
41:50
SHED = Survey of Household Economics Decisionmaking. A report put out by the Federal Reserve
David Plasterer, RESULTS
42:28
Link to most recent that Danielle referenced report https://www.federalreserve.gov/publications/files/2021-report-economic-well-being-us-households-202205.pdf
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
43:13
If your family is eligible for the CTC but haven't filed your 2021 tax return, you can access tools here: https://www.childtaxcredit.gov/ -- including a "nonfiler" tool or links to do a free tax file (many families are also eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit)
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
44:37
Read SaverLife’s full, 6-month overview report here https://about.saverlife.org/research-posts/ctc-six-months
David Plasterer, RESULTS
45:00
Thank you Danielle!
Bob and Barb Sample
45:41
PLEASE EXPLAIN REFUNDABILITY-WHAT IS IT?
Sarah Smith (She/her/hers)
48:21
Do you have any suggestions for survivors of domestic violence who don't feel safe using their SSNs to do their taxes?
Bob and Barb Sample
50:19
Congress let the enhanced CTC expire. Why do we think the current congress will pass a new enhanced CTC?
David Plasterer, RESULTS
56:30
Recent data on CTC and its effects on employmenthttps://www.taxpolicycenter.org/publications/child-tax-credit-recipients-experienced-larger-decline-food-insecurity-and-similar/full
David Plasterer, RESULTS
56:41
https://www.taxpolicycenter.org/publications/child-tax-credit-recipients-experienced-larger-decline-food-insecurity-and-similar/full
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
57:20
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Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
57:39
And you can see links to join our next sessions at 4:15 ET here: https://results.org/conference/agenda/
Sarah Smith (She/her/hers)
58:03
Thank you both!