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Breaking Adoption Tax Credit News!

Update on the Adoption Tax Credit The federal adoption tax credit, originally set to expire on December 31, 2012, became permanent on January 2, 2013.  Now we are pleased to share even more good news that has been announced by the IRS this week. If you or someone you know is currently pursuing an adoption or considering adoption you’ll want … Read More

Adoption Tax Credit Made Permanent!

Obama Includes Adoption Tax Credit with New Bill The Adoption Tax Credit was part of the Congressional deal. President Obama will sign the Bill tomorrow. Of the four pillars of the Adoption Tax Credit Working Group, we succeeded with three.  The credit has been made permanent, the credit is inclusive of both domestic and Inter-country adoptions, and it is flat for special needs. Refundability is … Read More

How Families Benefit from The Adoption Tax Credit

Click on the following link to read or listen to NPR Radio Host David Greene talk about the Adoption Tax Credit and how it helps adoptive families. http://www.npr.org/2012/12/18/167506453/how-adoption-tax-credit-benefits-families?sc=emaf This is an important topic as the Adoption Tax Credit could expire at the end of this year.

Important breaking news about marriage equality.

https://myaccount.nytimes.com/auth/login?URI=www-nc.nytimes.com/2012/12/08/us/supreme-court-agrees-to-hear-two-cases-on-gay-marriage.html&REFUSE_COOKIE_ERROR=SHOW_ERROR; WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court announced on Friday that it would enter the national debate over same-sex marriage, agreeing to hear a pair of cases challenging state and federal laws that define marriage to include only unions of a man and a woman.

Adoption Tax Credit – Help Save It

Act Now to Save The Adoption Tax Credit Before It’s Gone! The adoption child tax credit is one of the many parts of the U.S. tax code that could change dramatically on Jan. 1, 2013, if Congress and President Barack Obama do not act. Adoption advocates worry the changes would make adopting a child more difficult for middle income families.… Read More

Landrieu Introduces Bill to Make Adoption More Affordable

Making Adoption Affordable Act WASHINGTON—U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., today introduced the Making Adoption Affordable Act to support families that have made the wonderful decision to adopt. The Adoption Tax Credit (ATC) helps defray the sometimes high administrative fees associated with adoptions, ensuring that families that want to adopt are not discouraged by the high cost of the process. The Making … Read More

Open Adoptions on the Rise

Openness in Adoption Spreading Across the U.S The Wall Street Journal ran a story about how Open Adoptions are on the rise, by Mara Lemos Stein. “As opposed to closed or confidential adoptions, open adoptions allow the adoptive and birth families some degree of contact, which can range from a single, in-person meeting to sharing photos and news periodically, to … Read More

Act Now to Save $12,650 Adoption Tax Credit!

The current Adoption Tax Credit of $12,650 could be lost at the end of this year, unless you act now! Please help save the Adoption Tax Credit by contacting your representative in Congress. Important note: If your U.S. Representative is a Republican member of Congress it is especially important to contact them about H.R. 4373. This is bipartisan – 2 … Read More

WNYC Radio Talks About Gay Dads

Abbie Goldberg, associate professor of psychology at Clark University, senior research fellow at the Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute, regular blogger for Psychology Today and the author of Gay Dads: Transitions to Adoptive Fatherhood, looks at the specific issues faced by gay couples when adopting children. You can listen to a recording of the show from this link: http://tunein.com/topic/?TopicId=40492013

Rhode Island Opens Adoption Records for First Time

Adult Adoptees get Access to Birth Certificates in R.I. On July 2 2012, the state of Rhode Island began issuing original birth certificates to adult adoptees. Read the original new article and video published by The Providence Journal by going to: http://www.providencejournal.com/breaking-news/content/ Video: An excerpt from the news article: PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Dozens of adults who had been adopted as … Read More

Thank You, President Obama, for supporting full marriage equality

President Obama’s announcement today that he supports marriage equality is not only a great victory for marriage equality nationwide, but it is also directly linked to achieving fairness in adoption rights by same-sex couples. We are thankful that our President evolved and stood up for what’s right! Thank you, Mr. President! — Friends in Adoption (Click to watch video of … Read More

Weprin introduces Adoptee Bill of Rights

Recently, I read the following on my Facebook wall: “Assemblyman David Weprin introduced the adoptees bill of rights to give Adoptees access to their birth certificate and medical records at 18 on Sunday, November 13, 2011.” (Read the full article here) A comment was posted on my wall from a young person who was adopted: Lizzy: “Adopted or not…you should have access to … Read More

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