As tax preparers you can help us promote the Working Families Tax Credit through your networks and clients. Below are resources that may help you communicate the credit and assist with applications.
Tax preparation software
Many federal income tax preparation software companies have added Washington’s Working Families Tax Credit (WFTC) application to their systems. See if your software includes the WFTC. View the software list.
Confidential Tax Information Authorization
To discuss your client’s information with the Department of Revenue, your client must submit a Confidential Tax Information Authorization (CTIA) form. Learn more.
Flyers and other resources
Download or order flyers to share with your networks and clients. Available in multiple languages.
Visit our Resources page for additional materials such as social media, videos, infographics, sample messaging, and more.
Connect with community partners
We’ve partnered with community organizations across the state that can assist individuals and families with WFTC eligibility or other financial and community resources. Find community partners.
Attend an event
The Department of Revenue and other partner organizations host events throughout the state to promote the WFTC. View upcoming events.
Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) information
Washington state’s Working Families Tax Credit (WFTC) is not only available to people who have a Social Security Number (SSN), but also to those who file their federal taxes with an ITIN.