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On the progressivity of the child care tax credit: Snapshot versus time-exposure incidence
Altshuler, Rosanne, 1996
National Tax Journal, 49(1), 55-71

A discussion of the differences between time exposure and annual income application of the Child Care Tax Credit and methods for more fair and even distribution

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Simplicity: Considerations in designing a unified child credit
Maag, Elaine, December 2010
National Tax Journal, 63(4), 765-780

A description of the current child tax credits and deductions in the United States, and recommendations for tax reform strategies to create a more simple and unified child credit

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Tax implications of welfare reform: The Minnesota experience
Wilson, Paul, 2000
National Tax Journal, 53(3), 417-437

An examination of Minnesota’s recent experience with its earned income and child care credits, illustrating the importance of evaluating such credits as part of the entire system, rather than in isolation

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