State of New York

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The Department of Taxation and Finance (the Department) annually publishes statistical information on the New York State earned income tax credit (EITC). This includes data on the separate New York City EITC and the New York State noncustodial parent EITC. Summary data are presented for all taxpayers which includes full-year New York state residents, part-year residents and nonresidents (where applicable). Data are shown for the total number of claimants and credit claimed by county and/or region for all filing statuses.
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Government & Finance
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eitc, earned income, non-custodial parent, credit, tax
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New York State Department of Taxation and Finance
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https://www.tax.ny.gov/research/stats/stat_pit/earned_income_tax_credit/earned_income_tax_credit_analysis_of_credit_claims_open_data_short2.htm
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Field Names:

Tax Year
tax_year
Credit Type
credit_type
Place of Residence
place_of_residence
Size of Earned Income
size_of_earned_income
Notes
notes
Number of Claims, Zero Qualifying Children
number_of_claims_zero_qualifying_children
Credit Amount Claimed, Zero Qualifying Children ($000)
credit_amount_claimed_zero_qualifying_children_000
Average Credit, Zero Qualifying Children
average_credit_zero_qualifying_children
Number of Claims, One Qualifying Child
number_of_claims_one_qualifying_child
Credit Amount Claimed, One Qualifying Child ($000)
credit_amount_claimed_one_qualifying_child_000
Average Credit, One Qualifying Child
average_credit_one_qualifying_child
Number of Claims, More than One Qualifying Child *
number_of_claims_more_than_one_qualifying_child
Credit Amount Claimed, More than One Qualifying Child ($000) *
credit_amount_claimed_more_than_one_qualifying_child_000
Average Credit, More than One Qualifying Child *
average_credit_more_than_one_qualifying_child
Number of Claims, Two Qualifying Children **
number_of_claims_two_qualifying_children
Credit Amount Claimed, Two Qualifying Children ($000) **
credit_amount_claimed_two_qualifying_children_000
Average Credit, Two Qualifying Children **
average_credit_two_qualifying_children
Number of Claims, More than Two Qualifying Children **
number_of_claims_more_than_two_qualifying_children
Credit Amount Claimed, More than Two Qualifying Children ($000) **
credit_amount_claimed_more_than_two_qualifying_children_000
Average Credit, More than Two Qualifying Children **
average_credit_more_than_two_qualifying_children
Number of Claims, Total
number_of_claims_total
Credit Amount Claimed, Total ($000)
credit_amount_claimed_total_000
Average Credit, Total
average_credit_total
Place of Residence Sort Order
place_of_residence_sort_order
Earned Income Sort Order
earned_income_sort_order

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