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Money Back in Michigan for Tax Year 2016
Low- and moderate-income Michigan families can put hundreds or even thousands of dollars back into their household budgets by using free tax-filing help and making sure they file for all available credits and deductions this tax season. Money Back in Michigan explains these credits in an easy-to-read format that can be accessed by clicking on the link below:
Michigan Benefits Access
Michigan Benefits Access is a public/private initiative created to help individuals and familes find a better way to access benefits and services they might be eligible for. By streamlining the benefits application process, increasing online access to DHS programs, and coordinating local support services, a greater number of Michigan families are able to connect with a range of benefits that help promote household economic stability.
Michigan Benefits Access has created a collaborative network of government and non-profit organizations throughout the state and in your community to provide you with access to the support services you need where you live.
Earned Income Tax Credit- You Earned it. Get It Back.
Low-Cost Broadband for Familes and Seniors
CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS SETS NEW INDUSTRY STANDARD BY LAUNCHING NEW LOW-COST, HIGH-SPEED BROADBAND SERVICE FOR U.S. FAMILIES, SENIORS
New high-speed broadband service is three times faster than current industry standard
Broad eligibility covering low income families and senior citizens. Click here to learn more.
Consider as you watch this clip:The speaker is presenting in a different country, but the study has shown that the effects of adverse childhood experiences are the same throughout the world. He is directing his comments to social workers, but he could also be talking to our teachers, home visitors, or family service workers. The classroom diagram you will see reflects children from many socio-economic groups, our classrooms reflect 90% of children who live poverty (recognized as one of the adverse childhood experiences).