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Find an IDA Program

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This online directory of IDA programs allows you to find an IDA program in your area by entering your state and/or a specific organizational name.
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Saving money on health insurance

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This page provides information to help consumers find out if their estimated income level qualifies for savings.
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Child and Dependent Care Expenses: For use in preparing 2018 Returns

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This booklet provides an overview of the CDCTC, explains which expenses qualify, and includes charts for determining eligibility and worksheets for correctly claiming the CDCTC on tax returns.
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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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Compilation Of The Social Security Laws

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This webpage provides the actual statutory language that describes uses of grants under the Social Security Act, for IDAs under the TANF program.
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Disability Inclusive Asset Building: New Strategies for Achieving Real Economic Impact for Americans with Disabilities

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As a result of regular meetings between community development organizations, disability service organizations, universities, and federal agencies, research was undertaken to understand asset accumulation for people with disabilities, and to leverage existing community development resources and adapt existing asset building programs to meet the needs of this group.
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How Do You File Taxes with an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN)?

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An Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) is issued by the IRS to individuals who are required to have a U.S. taxpayer identification number but who do not have, and are not eligible to obtain, a Social Security number (SSN) issued by the Social Security Administration (SSA).
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The Equal Pay Act of 1963

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The Equal Pay Act of 1963 - prohibiting sex-based wage discrimination for men and women performing substantially equal work in the same establishment
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Hope & Power for Your Personal Finances: A Rebuilding Guide Following Domestic Violence

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This participant workbook can help survivors learn about, and organize, the financial aspects of their lives. Topics covered include financial inventories, budgeting, and job search. This resource is a component of NCADV's financial education project. Available in English and Spanish.
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Everything You Need to Know About Individual Development Accounts

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This page covers all the basics of IDAs including what they are, who qualifies, funding sources, and how to start an IDA program. Also available is a link to join a network of IDA providers.
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First Steps to Building an IDA Project in Native Communities

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This brief document presents an overview of the challenges and considerations when creating an IDA program with Native American communities.