Thank You to NTA Survey Participants!

NTA Participants ThanksTax season data might not seem important until you approach a funder or Congressperson asking for more financial support – then it takes on the value of gold. If you are a coalition like NCTC, then standardized data takes on the value of platinum.

The NTA Tool enables community-based tax preparation programs to run their own standard reports during and after the tax season. We provide free technical support for the tool, and dearly desire that programs give us a copy of their data at the end of the season. Out of these individual data submissions, we create a national dataset that we use for research and lobbying.

Thanks for all those programs and campaigns that made the effort to submit their NTA data this year – all 48 of you! NCTC was gracious to receive responses from:

Alabama (HICA)
Charlottesville (VA)
Corpus Christi
Davidson County
Douglas (AZ)
El Paso (Coalition for Family Economic Progress)
Hawaii (ALU LIKE)
Iowa ñ North Central
Ithaca (NY)
Kansas City
Kentucky (KDVA)
Lakes & Pines
Lansing (MI)
Macomb County (MI)
Marlboro County
Montana (Credit Unions)
Montana (Rural Dynamics)
Muskegon (MI)
New Hampshire – Southeast
New Mexico
New River (VA)
Nogales (AZ)
Omaha EITC
Orange County (NC)
Philadelphia (CWF)
Philadelphia Area
Portland (OR)
Rochester (NY)
San Antonio – City
San Antonio – St. Mary`s
Sierra Vista (AZ)
Siskiyou County (CA)
Snohomish County (WA)
South Tucson (AZ)
Tacoma (PCABC)
Vermont – Southeast
Washington, DC
Wayne County (MI)
White Earth (MN)

By Don Wedd, Website/Database Manager


About National Community Tax Coalition

National Community Tax Coalition (NCTC) is the nation's largest, most comprehensive membership organization for community-based organizations offering free tax and financial services to low-income working families.

Posted on August 17, 2012, in NCTC and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Hi Guys — you left us out! We submitted our results both on-line and via Excel spreadsheet. Hope you will include our results in your totals.
    Thanks for all you do,
    Lucy Gorham for EITC Carolinas

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