Federal Child Tax Credit (CTC) number of claims and amounts for filers with incomes under $60,000 by city and town ("County Subdivision") in Massachusetts

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Why This Indicator Matters

The Child Tax Credit (CTC) provides important benefits for low-income working families. It’s partially refundable, meaning that taxpayers can receive a refund if the amount of the credit is greater than their taxes owed. This can help keep families out of poverty and provide an economic boost that can improve children’s health and even long-term educational outcomes. See MassBudget’s report, Obstacles on the Road to Opportunity: Finding a Way Forward.

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Number – Number of claims filed in a particular area

Currency – Total amount of Child Tax Credit (CTC) claimed, in dollars

NA – Values below 10 are suppressed

Data Source:

Federal Internal Revenue Service (IRS) data provided by the Tax Policy Center of the Urban Institute and Brookings Institution, available here.


The data only includes tax returns with adjusted gross income (AGI) below $60,000.