A state earned income tax credit for Georgia’s working families is requested in Chatham County’s 2018 state legislative agenda. Each year, the county commission highlights a list of important local issues for state lawmakers representing Chatham to address during the legislative session. Step Up Savannah, a nonprofit advancing families’ economic mobility and financial stability, has highlighted the state earned income tax credit as an important tool to support more than 33,000 working families across the county. Read more about Chatham County’s full legislative agenda at Savannah Morning News.
Georgia has the opportunity to give a bottom-up tax cut to 33,000 working families in Chatham County and more than a million across the state. Sign the Georgia Work Credit petition to show your support for working families.