The credit, sometimes called the "Negative Income Tax," is provided to low-income working families who pay taxes and can result in a cash payment even if the credit exceeds the amount of their tax bill. State Treasurer Richard Moore says a state credit would inject millions of dollars into the economy while helping working families make ends meet. One representative says he plans to file a bill when the general assembly reconvenes in January.
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