Speak Up! Seeking Input for the 2013 NCTC Policy Agenda

Priorities SignWhat’s most important to you?

VITA Funding? EITC outreach? Consumer protection?

NCTC is preparing to assemble the priorities that will comprise our policy agenda for the next Congress. As always, our affiliates will have the opportunity to see a final draft of the document that spells-out our top concerns for improving the well-being of low- and moderate-income, working families. However, this year, we’d also like to offer our members the chance to provide input during the early stages of ouragenda-setting efforts.

If you’re interested, we’d appreciate hearing what you believe to be the top one or two policy concerns that NCTC should consider for inclusion in our next agenda, whether they’re issues focused at the federal level or at the state and local levels – such as efforts to defend or establish state EITCs or state VITA funding.

Please take a moment to review our current policy agenda. Then, drawing upon your own experience, feel free to provide any feedback or suggestions by entering your comments online. If you have any questions or additional comments, please email Holden Weisman, Policy Analyst, at hweisman@tax-coalition.org.

Please provide any ideas by no later than 5:00 PM Eastern on Friday, October 19.

By Dan Fair, Manager of Communications & Member Relations and Holden Weisman, Policy Analyst

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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.

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