This Week’s COVID313 Town Hall Features:
With the end of tax season in sight, tune in to this week’s COVID313 to make sure you are getting all the deductions and credits you deserve. Learn more about resources for the Child Tax Credit, special education, and housing and utility assistance programs.
First, Afton Branche-Wilson, Assistant Director for Community Initiative at University of Michigan Poverty Solutions shares important information regarding the child tax credit and stimulus payments, and how they may impact your taxes this year.
Next, Willie Donwell, Administrator for the Detroit Board of Property Review discusses the Home Owner Property Exemption (HOPE) and what is required in order to receive that exemption.
After that, Colton Dale, Business Development Manager with the Wayne County Economic Development Department shares important resources regarding the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP).
And finally, Tony Paris, Attorney with Sugar Law Center discusses what you may need to know regarding unemployment and COVID19.
Town Hall Participants:
- Afton Branche-Wilson, Assistant Director for Community Initiative at University of Michigan Poverty Solutions
- Willie Donwell, Administrator for the Detroit Board of Property Review
- Colton Dale, Business Development Manager with the Wayne Country Economic Development Department
- Tony Paris, Attorney with Sugar Law Center
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