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Friday, 11 May 2012

More than wages for the working poor

More than wages for the working poor: But here's the thing: No one has to live in such poverty. Low- and modest-income workers in New York receive more than $4.6 billion annually in wage supplements from the federal, state and New York City provision for an Earned Income Tax Credit.