The Milwaukee Asset Building Coalition (MABC) is a private/public partnership that through education, planning, and income, assists low-income Milwaukee County residents achieve financial independence.
The Social Development Commission (SDC) is the lead agency for the MABC. The Coalition focuses on three facets: education/awareness, free tax filing services, and asset development and outcome evaluation. The free tax filing service promotes the earned income tax credit, child tax credits and other state and federal tax credits. The asset development links individuals filing taxes to education about the banking system and the process of obtaining savings and checking accounts, financial literacy on individual money management and asset development programs surrounding asset accumulation and maintenance.
The MABC has the goal of increasing the use of free tax preparation sites, connecting individuals to the Earned Income Tax Credit and link tax filers to core social and financial services that promote sustainability and asset building.
The Adult Learning Center
Asset Builders, Inc.
Automated Health Systems
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee
Brewery Credit Union
City of Milwaukee Health Department
Community Development Management Partnerships
Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Milwaukee
Consuelo-Housing Resources, Inc.
Easter Seals Kindcare (Southeastern WI)
Federal Depository Insurance Corporation
Federal Reserve Bank Chicago
First Service Credit Union
Forest County Potawatomi
Great Midwest Bank
Greater Milwaukee Foundation
Helen Bader Foundation
Hope Street Ministries
Internal Revenue Service
Landmark Credit Union
Make A Difference Wisconsin, Inc.
Marquette University Law School
Milwaukee Area Technical College
Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors
Milwaukee Workforce Investment Board
North Shore Bank
Taxpayer Advocate Service
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Center for Urban Initiatives and Research
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Business Administration
Urban Economic Development Association of Wisconsin
Wells Fargo Bank
Wisconsin Department of Revenue