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NOTE: This screening tool does not determine eligibility. It is only a guideline. After using this screening tool, you must apply to each program to be sure your are eligible.
The new school year is right around the corner. It's no secret that the cost of school supplies can add up fast. Minnesota helps families afford school supplies by offering tax benefits like the Minnesota K-12 Education Credit/Subtraction. These benefits can increase a tax refund up to $1,000 or lower the amount of tax owed. To claim these educational benefits, parents must remember to save their receipts from education expenses to claim them at tax time. Expenses included notebooks, pencils, musical instruments, textbooks, educational field trips, and more! To learn more, click here.
A major update to the Bridge to Benefits website will occur in the early hours of Friday, August 5, 2016. This code may cause disruptions or errors to occur on the site. If you notice any issues or have any concerns about the site in the coming weeks, please contact Stephanie Hogenson at 651-855-1175 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We appreciate your patience and welcome your suggestions or feedback.
The Postsecondary Child Care Grant Program helps low income students who have young children pay for child care while the student attends classes.
Preprare + Prosper invites you to take part in their financial coaching program, Money Mentors. Selected participants will work with a volunteer financial coach over 6 or 12 months to take steps to reach financial goals.
Children's Defense Fund-Minnesota put together a Question & Answer on what you need to know about the Affordable Care Act and how you may benefit from full implementation of the law. Learn more.
Comcast and CenturyLink now offer low-cost internet services plan for $9.95 plus tax per month for qualifying low-income families.