Should low-income workers without kids get expanded tax credits?
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The federal earned income tax credit benefits single, low-wage working parents at a higher rate than it helps workers without kids.
Some Democratic presidential candidates say they want that benefit expanded to all workers earning low wages.
How would making it universal affect state and federal budgets? The Urban Institute has a new study that breaks down the numbers.
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