California Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC) & Young Child Tax Credit (YCTC) - extra cash for you and your family
If you earned less than $30K in 2020, you can qualify for CalEITC. And, if you are a parent, with a child under the age of 6 by December 2020, you can earn an additional tax credit through YCTC. This means extra cash for you and your family.
Click here to find out how much you can potentially get back.
If you earn $9K or less, we HIGHLY encourage you to file your tax as you will miss out on tax credits.
For the first time, Californians who file their tax returns with an ITIN – Individual Tax Identification Number – including undocumented immigrants, are eligible for these tax credits.
File your taxes for FREE: You can get your taxes done by IRS-trained experts or file it online for FREE if you made under $57k in 2020. Click here to find a location near you.
- 4Cs Main Website: http://www.sanmateo4cs.org/
- 4C’s Childcare Provider Search: http://bit.ly/1H6pYK2
- 4C’s Application for Child Care Assistance
If you have been on cash-aid within the last 24 months, please call (650) 517-1434, because you may be eligible for immediate assistance.
Housing Authority of San Mateo County
- Moving to Work 5 year limit voucher program, online pre-application (https://www.smchousingwaitlist.org/landing)
Non-Profit Housing Organizations:
Please also try to google affordable housing for the city that you live in. The city’s website will usually list links to affordable housing located in that city such as the one below for Redwood City.
Redwood City Affordable Housing links: https://www.redwoodcity.org/departments/city-manager/housing-services/tenants/find-affordable-housing/