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Sherrod Brown called Janet Yellen, anxious that poor families may be shut out of 'Social Security for kids.' He's not the only worried Democrat

2 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Sen. Sherrod Brown .
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Senate Democrats are pressuring Treasury and the IRS to fix the portal for low-income families to get child tax credit cash.
Sen. Sherrod Brown called Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Wednesday, he told Insider.
Other Democrats are demanding the IRS move quickly to ensure non-tax filers can get monthly payments.
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Senate Democrats are pressing the Treasury Department and the IRS to ensure that the poorest families can access what they're already calling "Social Security for kids." The first...
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The IRS Won't Be Calling, Emailing Or Texting. Don't Fall For Child Tax Credit Scams

The IRS Won't Be Calling, Emailing Or Texting. Don't Fall For Child Tax Credit Scams

2 days ago   |   By NPR

"Be alert to criminals who ask you, by phone, email, text - or even on social media, to verify your information," the IRS cautions.
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