More Money for You and Your Family.

Resources

Events and Workshops

Join Us for EITC Awareness Week
January 24 – 28

Click Each Event Below to Register.

FAQ

Have questions? Download our Frequently Asked Questions document.

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EITC Education

Want more info about the Earned Income Tax Credit?

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ACEs Education

Need more info on Adverse Childhood Experiences?

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Activities

Want to make saving fun? Download our coloring sheets and activity pages.

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Eligibility

Get Your EITC

The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a tax credit for working individuals and families to help refund some of the taxes taken from your paycheck. To qualify, you must have earned income from a job and meet certain income requirements. This money could help pay for food, clothes and other bills, or be saved for an emergency or rainy day.

Check Eligibility

Single

If your 2021 income meets the following criteria, you are eligible for more money on your tax return with EITC:

  • $21,430 – 0 Children
  • $42,158 – 1 Child
  • $47,915 – 2 Children
  • $51,464 – 3+ Children

Married/Filing Jointly

If your 2021 income meets the following criteria, you are eligible for more money on your tax return with EITC:

  • $27,380 – 0 Children
  • $48,108 – 1 Child
  • $53,865 – 2 Children
  • $57,414 – 3+ Children

Free Tax Preparation

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program

Families in Genesee and Shiawassee counties can file their taxes for free with an IRS-certified volunteer through United Way’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. This program is run in partnership with the IRS to help families claim available tax credits to improve financial stability.

About

The Community Approaches to Strengthening Economic Supports (CASES) program was established by the Greater Flint Health Coalition to serve lower-income, working families throughout Genesee County who are disproportionately at risk for adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).

The ultimate goal of CASES is to put money back into the pockets of working people like you by increasing awareness and receipt of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Putting extra money back into your pocket gives you the opportunity to pay for expenses like food, housing, car payments and much more!

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Project Goal #1:

Increase awareness of the
Earned Income Tax Credit
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Project Goal #2:

Reduce the financial stress of
Flint and Genesee County families
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Project Goal #3:

Decrease risk factors for
adverse childhood experiences

Community Partners

Community Outreach & Engagement Outcomes

70,647

Education Materials Distributed

1,800

Spanish Materials Distributed

20

Educational Workshops

Contact

We’d love to hear from you.

Greater Flint Health Coalition
120 W. First Street
Flint, MI 48502
810.232.2228
CASES@flint.org