Child tax credit less likely to have been claimed by parents without high school degree, survey shows
By Casey Parks
The survey — which was administered by the polling firm Ipsos in consultation with the National Women’s Law Center, the Center for Law and Social Policy and researchers from the University of California at Berkeley and others — was conducted in July, just as the first payments from the expanded child tax credit were rolling out. However, the survey results raise questions about whether the tax credit’s benefits are reaching those who need it most.
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