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SaveUSA program implementation: Insights from the field

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Organizational Author: 
NYC Center for Economic Opportunity
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NYC Center for Economic Opportunity
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Published Date: 
April 2012
Published Date (Text): 
April 2012
Year: 
2012
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Abstract: 

Offered nationally for the first time in 2011, SaveUSA is a tax time matched savings program designed to encourage short-term savings among tax filers with low to moderate incomes. This brief documents Year 1 of the program, with a focus on key implementation lessons for policymakers, advocates, and funders to highlight tax time savings in their work and provide a framework for further replication. (author abstract)

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