Earned Income Tax Credit Fact Sheet

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Earned Income Tax Credit Fact Sheet

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The Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit is working hard for working people – and the local businesses they use.Many men and women in your district work hard but don’t earn much money. The EITC is a credit against the Michigan income tax that recognizes low-income families pay a larger share of their income in taxes than wealthy families, and it helps increase tax equity. Our most current information shows that an estimated 7,693 households in your district

claimed the Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit, bringing $3,232,327 into your district. That money benefits your local business community because it is quickly spent on groceries, clothing and auto repairs.

But next year that amount will be dramatically reduced. As part of the state tax changes of 2011, the Michigan EITC was reduced from 20% of the federal EITC down to just 6%. That means the amount going to households and businesses in your district will be reduced to $969,698.

Among tax filers in your district, an estimated 21.6% claimed the EITC.

Special Report

for the 100th House District

How is the Michigan EITC Benefiting Your District?

Total Filers

# Receiving EITC

% Receiving EITC

Estimated EITC Refunds

Tax Year Total in District Avg. Per Filer

35,566 7,693 21.6% 2011 $3,232,327 $420

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Earned Income Tax Credit Fact Sheet

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The Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit is working hard for working people – and the local businesses they use.Many men and women in your district work hard but don’t earn much money. The EITC is a credit against the Michigan income tax that recognizes low-income families pay a larger share of their income in taxes than wealthy families, and it helps increase tax equity. Our most current information shows that an estimated 7,166 households in your district

claimed the Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit, bringing $2,814,182 into your district. That money benefits your local business community because it is quickly spent on groceries, clothing and auto repairs.

But next year that amount will be dramatically reduced. As part of the state tax changes of 2011, the Michigan EITC was reduced from 20% of the federal EITC down to just 6%. That means the amount going to households and businesses in your district will be reduced to $844,255.

Among tax filers in your district, an estimated 17.3% claimed the EITC.

Special Report

for the 101st House District

How is the Michigan EITC Benefiting Your District?

Total Filers

# Receiving EITC

% Receiving EITC

Estimated EITC Refunds

Tax Year Total in District Avg. Per Filer

41,473 7,166 17.3% 2011 $2,814,182 $393

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Earned Income Tax Credit Fact Sheet

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The Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit is working hard for working people – and the local businesses they use.Many men and women in your district work hard but don’t earn much money. The EITC is a credit against the Michigan income tax that recognizes low-income families pay a larger share of their income in taxes than wealthy families, and it helps increase tax equity. Our most current information shows that an estimated 7,290 households in your district

claimed the Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit, bringing $2,935,684 into your district. That money benefits your local business community because it is quickly spent on groceries, clothing and auto repairs.

But next year that amount will be dramatically reduced. As part of the state tax changes of 2011, the Michigan EITC was reduced from 20% of the federal EITC down to just 6%. That means the amount going to households and businesses in your district will be reduced to $880,705.

Among tax filers in your district, an estimated 21.1% claimed the EITC.

Special Report

for the 102nd House District

How is the Michigan EITC Benefiting Your District?

Total Filers

# Receiving EITC

% Receiving EITC

Estimated EITC Refunds

Tax Year Total in District Avg. Per Filer

34,578 7,290 21.1% 2011 $2,935,684 $403

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Earned Income Tax Credit Fact Sheet

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The Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit is working hard for working people – and the local businesses they use.Many men and women in your district work hard but don’t earn much money. The EITC is a credit against the Michigan income tax that recognizes low-income families pay a larger share of their income in taxes than wealthy families, and it helps increase tax equity. Our most current information shows that an estimated 8,368 households in your district

claimed the Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit, bringing $3,365,513 into your district. That money benefits your local business community because it is quickly spent on groceries, clothing and auto repairs.

But next year that amount will be dramatically reduced. As part of the state tax changes of 2011, the Michigan EITC was reduced from 20% of the federal EITC down to just 6%. That means the amount going to households and businesses in your district will be reduced to $1,009,654.

Among tax filers in your district, an estimated 21.4% claimed the EITC.

Special Report

for the 103rd House District

How is the Michigan EITC Benefiting Your District?

Total Filers

# Receiving EITC

% Receiving EITC

Estimated EITC Refunds

Tax Year Total in District Avg. Per Filer

39,143 8,368 21.4% 2011 $3,365,513 $402

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Earned Income Tax Credit Fact Sheet

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The Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit is working hard for working people – and the local businesses they use.Many men and women in your district work hard but don’t earn much money. The EITC is a credit against the Michigan income tax that recognizes low-income families pay a larger share of their income in taxes than wealthy families, and it helps increase tax equity. Our most current information shows that an estimated 6,671 households in your district

claimed the Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit, bringing $2,490,850 into your district. That money benefits your local business community because it is quickly spent on groceries, clothing and auto repairs.

But next year that amount will be dramatically reduced. As part of the state tax changes of 2011, the Michigan EITC was reduced from 20% of the federal EITC down to just 6%. That means the amount going to households and businesses in your district will be reduced to $747,255.

Among tax filers in your district, an estimated 15.6% claimed the EITC.

Special Report

for the 104th House District

How is the Michigan EITC Benefiting Your District?

Total Filers

# Receiving EITC

% Receiving EITC

Estimated EITC Refunds

Tax Year Total in District Avg. Per Filer

42,693 6,671 15.6% 2011 $2,490,850 $373

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Earned Income Tax Credit Fact Sheet

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The Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit is working hard for working people – and the local businesses they use.Many men and women in your district work hard but don’t earn much money. The EITC is a credit against the Michigan income tax that recognizes low-income families pay a larger share of their income in taxes than wealthy families, and it helps increase tax equity. Our most current information shows that an estimated 7,881 households in your district

claimed the Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit, bringing $3,180,435 into your district. That money benefits your local business community because it is quickly spent on groceries, clothing and auto repairs.

But next year that amount will be dramatically reduced. As part of the state tax changes of 2011, the Michigan EITC was reduced from 20% of the federal EITC down to just 6%. That means the amount going to households and businesses in your district will be reduced to $954,131.

Among tax filers in your district, an estimated 18.9% claimed the EITC.

Special Report

for the 105th House District

How is the Michigan EITC Benefiting Your District?

Total Filers

# Receiving EITC

% Receiving EITC

Estimated EITC Refunds

Tax Year Total in District Avg. Per Filer

41,751 7,881 18.9% 2011 $3,180,435 $404

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Earned Income Tax Credit Fact Sheet

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The Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit is working hard for working people – and the local businesses they use.Many men and women in your district work hard but don’t earn much money. The EITC is a credit against the Michigan income tax that recognizes low-income families pay a larger share of their income in taxes than wealthy families, and it helps increase tax equity. Our most current information shows that an estimated 8,013 households in your district

claimed the Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit, bringing $3,104,025 into your district. That money benefits your local business community because it is quickly spent on groceries, clothing and auto repairs.

But next year that amount will be dramatically reduced. As part of the state tax changes of 2011, the Michigan EITC was reduced from 20% of the federal EITC down to just 6%. That means the amount going to households and businesses in your district will be reduced to $931,208.

Among tax filers in your district, an estimated 19.1% claimed the EITC.

Special Report

for the 106th House District

How is the Michigan EITC Benefiting Your District?

Total Filers

# Receiving EITC

% Receiving EITC

Estimated EITC Refunds

Tax Year Total in District Avg. Per Filer

41,922 8,013 19.1% 2011 $3,104,025 $387

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Earned Income Tax Credit Fact Sheet

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The Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit is working hard for working people – and the local businesses they use.Many men and women in your district work hard but don’t earn much money. The EITC is a credit against the Michigan income tax that recognizes low-income families pay a larger share of their income in taxes than wealthy families, and it helps increase tax equity. Our most current information shows that an estimated 7,936 households in your district

claimed the Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit, bringing $3,103,113 into your district. That money benefits your local business community because it is quickly spent on groceries, clothing and auto repairs.

But next year that amount will be dramatically reduced. As part of the state tax changes of 2011, the Michigan EITC was reduced from 20% of the federal EITC down to just 6%. That means the amount going to households and businesses in your district will be reduced to $930,934.

Among tax filers in your district, an estimated 18.9% claimed the EITC.

Special Report

for the 107th House District

How is the Michigan EITC Benefiting Your District?

Total Filers

# Receiving EITC

% Receiving EITC

Estimated EITC Refunds

Tax Year Total in District Avg. Per Filer

42,058 7,936 18.9% 2011 $3,103,113 $391

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Earned Income Tax Credit Fact Sheet

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The Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit is working hard for working people – and the local businesses they use.Many men and women in your district work hard but don’t earn much money. The EITC is a credit against the Michigan income tax that recognizes low-income families pay a larger share of their income in taxes than wealthy families, and it helps increase tax equity. Our most current information shows that an estimated 6,855 households in your district

claimed the Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit, bringing $2,579,609 into your district. That money benefits your local business community because it is quickly spent on groceries, clothing and auto repairs.

But next year that amount will be dramatically reduced. As part of the state tax changes of 2011, the Michigan EITC was reduced from 20% of the federal EITC down to just 6%. That means the amount going to households and businesses in your district will be reduced to $773,883.

Among tax filers in your district, an estimated 17.3% claimed the EITC.

Special Report

for the 108th House District

How is the Michigan EITC Benefiting Your District?

Total Filers

# Receiving EITC

% Receiving EITC

Estimated EITC Refunds

Tax Year Total in District Avg. Per Filer

39,631 6,855 17.3% 2011 $2,579,609 $376

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Earned Income Tax Credit Fact Sheet

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The Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit is working hard for working people – and the local businesses they use.Many men and women in your district work hard but don’t earn much money. The EITC is a credit against the Michigan income tax that recognizes low-income families pay a larger share of their income in taxes than wealthy families, and it helps increase tax equity. Our most current information shows that an estimated 5,872 households in your district

claimed the Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit, bringing $2,104,353 into your district. That money benefits your local business community because it is quickly spent on groceries, clothing and auto repairs.

But next year that amount will be dramatically reduced. As part of the state tax changes of 2011, the Michigan EITC was reduced from 20% of the federal EITC down to just 6%. That means the amount going to households and businesses in your district will be reduced to $631,306.

Among tax filers in your district, an estimated 15.8% claimed the EITC.

Special Report

for the 109th House District

How is the Michigan EITC Benefiting Your District?

Total Filers

# Receiving EITC

% Receiving EITC

Estimated EITC Refunds

Tax Year Total in District Avg. Per Filer

37,054 5,872 15.8% 2011 $2,104,353 $358

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Earned Income Tax Credit Fact Sheet

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The Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit is working hard for working people – and the local businesses they use.Many men and women in your district work hard but don’t earn much money. The EITC is a credit against the Michigan income tax that recognizes low-income families pay a larger share of their income in taxes than wealthy families, and it helps increase tax equity. Our most current information shows that an estimated 6,295 households in your district

claimed the Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit, bringing $2,272,597 into your district. That money benefits your local business community because it is quickly spent on groceries, clothing and auto repairs.

But next year that amount will be dramatically reduced. As part of the state tax changes of 2011, the Michigan EITC was reduced from 20% of the federal EITC down to just 6%. That means the amount going to households and businesses in your district will be reduced to $681,779.

Among tax filers in your district, an estimated 17.9% claimed the EITC.

Special Report

for the 110th House District

How is the Michigan EITC Benefiting Your District?

Total Filers

# Receiving EITC

% Receiving EITC

Estimated EITC Refunds

Tax Year Total in District Avg. Per Filer

35,131 6,295 17.9% 2011 $2,272,597 $361

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