CalEITC Social Media Toolkit

The John Burton Advocates for Youth CalEITC Social Media Toolkit contains information and resources about the California Earned Income Tax Credit, Young Child Tax Credit, and the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit designed to support you in getting the word out to transition age youth.

March 2020

Claiming the California Earned Income Tax Credit: Guide for Transition-Age Youth

This publication is designed to help transition-age youth file their taxes and claim the California Earned Income Tax Credit, also known as the CalEITC. The CalEITC is a tax credit that has recently become more available to transition-age youth and can provide crucial supplemental income. The publication outlines information about the CalEITC, tax filing requirements, documentation needed to file, and free tax preparation services. Additionally, it addresses common tax filing questions, such as what to do if you are missing personal information or financial documents, or how to file taxes if you are an immigrant, a student, homeless, in juvenile hall, in transitional housing, in foster care, sharing custody of a child with another taxpayer, or being claimed by another person as a dependent. The guide also addresses potential fear that transition-age youth may have about filing their taxes and discusses the wide range of benefits that come with filing taxes.

January 2020

CalEITC Factsheet for Youth

This factsheet for youth provides the quick details about the CalEITC and New Child Tax Credit for tax year 2019.

December 2019

CalEITC Posters

These posters can be used to raise awareness of the CalEITC and encourage youth in care to get connected with their social workers and free tax help to claim the tax credits they are eligible for.

December 2019

CalEITC Stickers

These stickers can be used to raise awareness of the CalEITC and encourage youth in care to get connected with their social workers and free tax help to claim the tax credits they are eligible for.

January 2020