Use these prepared messages in your preferred communication channels to reach your communities. Feel free to modify them to fit your outreach campaigns or reflect any key messages that may resonate with your audience.
Have you heard of the new Working Families Tax Credit (WFTC)? You can get up to $1,200 back if you are eligible for this new state tax credit. Visit WorkingFamililesCredit.wa.gov to learn more and see if you qualify.
Get up to $1,200 back if you are eligible for this new state tax credit. See if you qualify: WorkingFamililesCredit.wa.gov
We are sending this message to introduce the new Working Families Tax Credit in Washington State. This program will provide up to $1,200 cash back into the pockets of Washington workers trying to make ends meet.
Individuals with and without children and people that file their taxes with a Social Security Number (SSN) or an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) will be able to claim this money.
Enclosed please find flyers containing more details about the tax credit including eligibility requirements. You can also access more information, request additional materials, and access graphics for your social media channels by visiting WorkingFamililesCredit.wa.gov
We invite you to join us in publicizing this new tax credit by displaying and distributing these flyers where appropriate and making them available to your networks.
A new tax credit for Washington workers starts in 2023!
The Working Families Tax Credit is a new program that will provide payments up to $1,200 to low-to-moderate income individuals and families. The amounts are based on income level and the number of qualifying children (if any).
The purpose of the Working Families Tax Credit is to stimulate the local economy, promote racial equity, and support the financial stability and well-being of Washington residents and their families.
The Department of Revenue (DOR) is already promoting the new program, especially to communities that experience barriers to accessing critical information and services due to language, disability status, poverty, homelessness, and other factors.
To find more information and multilingual promotional materials, and to help spread the word among your networks, check DOR’s website: WorkingFamililesCredit.wa.gov