Were your adoption savings or source of income harmed by the economic impact of COVID-19? There are some things you can do to recover and get back on your feet without giving up your dream of adopting a child.
The Dave Thomas Foundation released its annual report on adoption-friendly workplaces, giving us an opportunity to bring adoption-friendly business practices into the spotlight and, hopefully, more into the mainstream of American business culture. Here are the highlights from the 2019 report:
Adoption disruptions occur in a small percentage of domestic infant adoption cases. When a disruption does happen, what happens to all the funds a family has already invested in the process? The answer depends on the agency you are working with.
We’re back with more! In our previous post, we gave you some ideas to kickstart your adoption fundraiser. Now, here’s 10 more ideas to keep you going toward your fundraising goal.
The cost associated with the adoption process can be too much for many families to handle alone. What can you do about this? There are several options, including fundraising. Here are some of the best ideas to get you started.
Tax season is upon us — which means many of our adoptive families are wondering what the Adoption Tax Credit is and how it might benefit them. To help you out, we’ve gathered some basic information about the 2018 adoption tax credit below. Happy filing!
One of the first questions many families have during the adoption process is associated with its cost: How much income do you have to make to be able to adopt a child?
Adoption can be expensive, for many reasons. That is why many families turn to fundraising to help with the costs.
As the tax reform bills enter a conference committee, make your voice heard to help preserve the current tax breaks for employer-provided adoption benefits.
What are the different benefits you can receive from your employer if you adopt a child? Benefits will vary, but here are three types you might expect.