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07/20/21

A brief rundown on the expanded Child Tax Credit

Here we break down some basic information as to who is eligible for the Child Tax Credit, how much families will receive, and how families can receive their credits.

09/09/21

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The Minnesota Budget Project team is excited to announce our search for a Research Analyst who will produce timely and...
07/22/21

State’s July economic update shows strong revenue numbers

We’re getting “back to normal”, but that isn’t enough The state of Minnesota’s revenue and economic picture continues to...
07/20/21

A brief rundown on the expanded Child Tax Credit

Here we break down some basic information as to who is eligible for the Child Tax Credit, how much families will receive, and how families can receive their credits.

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The Minnesota Budget Project is a research and advocacy organization that promotes policy solutions so that all Minnesotans have access to opportunity and economic well-being.

Established over 20 years ago, the Minnesota Budget Project is a nonpartisan initiative of the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits.


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State budget falls short of what's needed

Policymakers had a critical task: support and care for those struggling the most and start to build a more equitable recovery. Some important investments were made in the FY 2022-23 budget, but it ultimately fell short of what’s fully needed.

Historic Child Tax Credit expansion should be permanent

The American Rescue Plan Act temporarily makes powerful changes to the Child Tax Credit that increase the credit amount and expand eligibility for the credit to include children and families who were previously left out. These changes should be made permanent.

COVID-induced recession is most unequal on record

While no income group or community has been untouched by the coronavirus, the economic recession it has triggered may be the most unequal in modern history. Underlying economic and racial disparities have been heightened, and are reflected in Americans having increasingly divergent experiences.

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