CA$H Maine

Creating Assets, Savings & Hope

Are you paying student loans?
If so, you may be eligible for a Maine Student Loan Repayment Tax Credit (SLRTC) of up to $2,500 annually.

You’re likely to be eligible for the SLRTC if all of the following apply to you: 1) you earned an associate,
bachelor’s, or graduate degree after 2007 from an accredited Maine or non-Maine community college,
college, or university; 2) you have a certain amount of earned income; 3) you live in Maine;
and 4) you file a Maine individual income tax return.

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Looking for a way to make the most of your money? Stop paying to get your taxes prepared, and find out about tax credits that you didn’t know you qualified for.

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With ten coalitions statewide, comprised of 50 non- and for-profit partners, it’s easy to find a CA$H location near you.

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Who We Are

CA$H Maine is a statewide collaboration of ten coalitions, comprised of 50 non- and for-profit partners, working together to help empower Maine individuals and families to achieve long-term financial stability.

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