Governor Cooper’s Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit In Your Area | Beaufort County Now | In his budget proposal, Common Ground Solutions for North Carolina, Governor Roy Cooper proposed creating the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit to help middle class families afford high-quality child care.

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Governor Cooper’s Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit In Your Area

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    RALEIGH: In his budget proposal, Common Ground Solutions for North Carolina, Governor Roy Cooper proposed creating the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit to help middle class families afford high-quality child care.

    Statewide, more than 200,000 North Carolina families would benefit from Cooper's Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit, according to a new county-by-county analysis released today.

    "Good child care is expensive, and this credit will help bring down the costs that working families face," said Governor Cooper. "This tax break will help ensure that children all across the state will show up at kindergarten ready to learn. As the General Assembly begins their budget process, I urge them to include this child and dependent care tax credit that would benefit over 200,000 North Carolina families."

    While Governor Cooper's budget, which does not have any new taxes or fees, invests in early childhood education and puts middle class families first, the Senate Republican tax plan would give millionaires a tax cut 60 times the size of what working families would get.

  • Contact: Ford Porter
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