Can we use tax strategies to help finance early care and education?
|Date Issued:||13 November, 2006|
|Publisher(s):||Smart Start Program (N.C.). National Technical Assistance Center|
|Description:||An overview of select federal and state tax policies and credits used to encourage child care use among low-income families, encourage investment in and contributions for early care and education programs, and support improvements in child care quality|
|Source:||Raleigh, NC: Smart Start Program, National Technical Assistance Center. Retrieved November 24, 2008, from the Alliance for Early Childhood Finance Web site: http://www.earlychildhoodfinance.org/Meetings&Calls/ConferenceCallTaxStrategiesResources.doc|
|Topics:||Policies > Economic & Social Policies > Tax Policies|
|Linking Economic Development and Child Care||Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects|