Tax Credits

Who Receives the Working Family Credit? Updated March 2018
Percent of Households Receiving the Working Family Credit (map) Updated March 2018
In 2015, more than 330,000 households received the Working Family Credit, which is more than 12 percent of all Minnesota households that file state income taxes in Minnesota. This state tax credit encourages and supports work, makes the tax system fairer, and helps working people all across the state meet their basic needs and support their families. About half of all workers and families that receive the credit live in Greater Minnesota, and half in the Twin Cities metro area. This issue brief includes information about the Working Family Credit for each Minnesota county.

Who Receives the Renters' Credit? Updated March 2018
The Renters' Credit provides a property tax refund to low- and moderate-income renters whose property taxes are high in relation to their income. About 328,000 Minnesota households received the Renters’ Credit in 2015. Households including seniors and persons with disabilities make up 28 percent of all Renters’ Credit recipients, and in 12 Greater Minnesota counties, at least one-half of participating households included seniors and/or persons with disabilities. This issue brief includes information about the Renters' Credit for each Minnesota county.

Prioritize Working Families by Strengthening the Working Family Credit, Updated January 2017
Everyday, many hard-working families across Minnesota struggle to make ends meet. We also know that the state's future economic success depends on more Minnesotans participating in the workforce. A stronger Working Family Credit would support the work efforts of hundreds of thousands of working Minnesotans, get Minnesota children off to a stronger start, and make Minnesota taxes more equitable.

 

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