State representative Margo Davidson hosts Financial Fitness Forum with PathWays PA

As part of Davidson's commitment to serve constituents in the 164th District, the free tax preparation services will be available to families with total household income of up to $50,000 per year to help them receive the federal Earned Income Tax Credit.

"The Earned Income Tax Credit is a valuable program created in 1975 that helps working families and has been expanded under both Democratic and Republican presidents. It benefits everyone because it rewards work and reduces reliance on public assistance. i am proud to be hosting volunteers from the Campaign for Working Families and PathWays at my office to help residents of Upper Darby, East Lansdowne and Millbourne to file their federal taxes and receive this credit," Davidson said in a press release.
 To read the full story, please visit The News of Delaware County's website.


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