CA$H Maine

Creating Assets, Savings & Hope

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Free Tax Preparation

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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Find Your Location

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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Three ways to enjoy the holidays without going into debt

Posted December 6, 2018

Blog By Courtney-Rose Dantus, Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection – NOV 19, 2018 The holidays are a time of giving, from traveling to see family and friends to shopping for gifts. For many people, all of this spending can add up quickly. During the 2017 holiday season, American credit card debt rose at the second-fastest… Read more

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Celebrating Economic Opportunity and Asset Building in Native Communities

Posted November 26, 2018

Arohi Pathak Associate Director, Field Engagement Prosperity Now, Thursday, November 15, 2018 Prosperity Now Blog In this Native American Heritage month, we’re inspired by the exciting work taking place in Native communities that have historically struggled with poverty, high unemployment and limited economic opportunity. Today, increased investment in and by Native Community Development Financial Institutions… Read more

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the Saver’s Credit?

Posted October 31, 2016

A credit to help low- and moderate-income workers, who have an adjusted gross income (AGI) that does not exceed $30,000 ($45,000 if head of household; $60,000 if married filing jointly), save for retirement. Find out more information about this credit here. Read more

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