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Your Money Matters: Tax Information for Survivors of Domestic Violence

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This brochure provides basic information about Innocent Spousal Relief, including what documentation is needed and privacy issues.
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Domestic Violence Survivors

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This webpage identifies a number of consumer issues faced by survivors of domestic violence, including: budgeting, prioritizing debt, credit reports, repairing damaged credit, utility rights, managing debt, assistance with payments, student loans, bankruptcy, and foreclosure.
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Excerpts from the TANF Final Rule: Preamble and Regulations Related to Domestic Violence

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On April 12, 1999, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a final set of regulations to provide federal, state and tribal governments with direction in the administration of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program. Before issuing the Final Rule, HHS published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that included key provisions of TANF. The notice provided the public with an opportunity to submit comments regarding the proposed regulations.
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529 Plans: Questions and Answers

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A 529 Savings Plan, named after the corresponding IRS code, is an account in which individuals can make after-tax deposits and save for future higher education costs. This page addresses common questions and answers about 529 plans.
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Establishing Individual Development Accounts for Domestic Violence Survivors

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This brief fact sheet describes IDA programs, eligibility requirements, and how AFI grantees can work with domestic violence programs to offer IDAs to survivors.
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Tax Credits For Working Families

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The Tax Credit for Working Families site is a resource for research and information about the EITC, CTC, CDCTC, and the Property Tax Circuit Breaker.
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Vita Sites And Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)

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This webpage provides information and links to resources about VITA Sites and EITC in Native Communities.