The Online Resource for Massachusetts Poverty Law Advocates

Welcome to MassLegalServices.org, the online poverty law library and collaboration resource for legal services advocates in Massachusetts.

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Recent Library Content

02/18/2021 - DTA
The annual Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), Massachusetts Earned Income Credit (EIC), Child Tax Credit (CTC) and childcare assistance... Read more
02/18/2021 - DTA
The Department has created an Online Guide page with a link to a desk aid with commonly used charts and figures. These charts and... Read more
02/17/2021 - National Consumer Law Center
NCLC’s new chapter on homeowner rights during the COVID pandemic is open to the public for a limited time period. A new NCLC Digital... Read more
02/12/2021 - DTA
The Consolidated Appropriations Act that was signed on December 27, 2020 includes a provision that expands college student... Read more
01/26/2021 - DTA
DTA issues P-EBT benefits to active DTA households as well as households that do not currently receive DTA benefits but include... Read more

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