Louisiana Free Printable Miscellaneous Law Posters Louisiana Earned Income Credit (EIC) Poster Required

The Earned Income Credit (EIC) is a miscellaneous law poster by the Louisiana Office Of Human Resources. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Louisiana, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it. This poster describes how employees can get Earned Income Tax Credit (EIC).


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Notice   to   Employees   of   Federal 
Earned   Income   Tax   Credit   (EIC)
 
If 
you make $49,000*  or less, 
your employer should notify you  at the  time  of 
hiring  of the  potential availability  of Earned
 
Income Tax Credits  or Advance Earned Income 
Credits. Earned Income Tax Credits are 

reductions  in federal income tax liability  for which
 

you may  be eligible  if you meet certain
 
requirements. Additional information  and forms 

for  these  programs can  be obtained from your
 
employer or  the Internal Revenue Service.
 	
*Earned   Income   and   adjusted   gross
income   (AGI)   must   each   be   less   than:	
•
$4 9 , 194   ($5 4 , 884   married   filing   jointly)
with   three   or   more   qualifying   children
•
$4 5 , 802   ($5 1 , 492   married   filing   jointly)
with   two   qualifying   children
•
$ 40 , 320   ($4 6 , 010   married   filing   jointly)
with   one   qualifying   child
•
$1 5, 270   ($20 , 950   married   filing   jointly)
with   no   qualifying   children Advance   Payments   of   EITC   Eliminated  
Effective   December   31,   2010,   Advanced	
 
Federal   Earned   Income   Tax   Credit	
 
(AEITC)   became   unavailable   to   workers .  
The   Education   Jobs   and   Medicaid   Assistance   Act   of	
 
2010   signed   into   law   August   10,   2010   repealed   the
 
Advance   EITC.   It   will   not   be   available   to   workers	
 
after   December   31,   2010.  
Individuals   who   received   Advance   EITC   in   any   prior   tax	
 
year   should   have   filed   a   tax   return   to   report   the   payments
 
even   if   they   owed   no   tax   or   did   not   get   a   refund.  
Advance   EITC,   also   known   as   AEITC,   allowed   certain	
 
workers   to   receive   EITC   in   installments   throughout   the
 
year,   instead   of   a   lump   sum   during   the   following   filing
 
season.   To   qualify   for   Advance   EITC,   an   individual   must	
 
have   had   at   least   one   qualifying   child.   The   amount   of	
 
Advance   EITC   was   limited   to   60   percent   of   the   maximum	
 
credit   payable   for   a   worker   with   one   qualifying   child.  
If   you   need   more   information   regarding   the   EITC   or   prior
 
Advanced   EITC   received,   you   should   contact   the   IRS   at
 
1 - 800 - 829 - 1040   or   visit   the   IRS   Website   at   www.irs.  
gov.   Additional   EITC   resources   are   also   available   at   the
 
IRS EITC Home page: 
https://www.irs.gov/Credits-&-Deductions/Individuals/
Earned-Income-Tax-Credit/EITC-Income-Limits-Maximum-
Credit-Amounts-Next-Year.    Visit   the   IRS   on   the	
 	
Web	 at www.irs.gov	 
or   call   toll - free   at  
1 - 800 - 829 - 1040.  
Every   employer   shall   keep	
 
conspicuously   posted   in   or   about	 
the   premises   wherein   any   worker   is  
employed,   a   printed   copy   or   abstract   of	
 
those   labor   laws   which   the   Executive 
Director   may   designate,   in   a   form   to   be 
furnished   by   the   Executive   Director.  	
R.S.	 23:15,	 23:1018.2
 	
Revised July 2018	 
An Equal Opportunity Employer Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilitie s. 1 - 800 - 259 - 5154 
(TDD)  	
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Other Louisiana Labor Law Posters 5 PDFS

There are an additional eleven optional and mandatory Louisiana labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.

Poster Name Poster Type
Mandatory Notice of Compliance to Employees Workers Compensation Law
Mandatory Notice to Workers (U.I. benefits) Unemployment Law
Mandatory Earned Income Credit (EIC) Miscellaneous Law
Mandatory Out-of-State Motor Vehicles Miscellaneous Law
Mandatory Timely Payment of Wages General Labor Law Poster

View all 12 Louisiana labor law posters


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