Free Tax Help is Easy to Find
Filing a tax return is not a simple procedure for most people. It can be complicated and confusing. Many people have questions and they aren’t sure how to get these questions answered. Here are some helpful free resources to guide you this tax season.
The IRS.gov website. Start at “1040 Central”. This is a first stop for getting answers to questions regarding your tax return. This section offers the latest news and frequently asked questions.
Use IRS Free File to complete your tax return. Anyone can use this free service to prepare and electronically file their tax returns. If you made less than $58,000 last year, you can use the Free File software. It will guide you through the process.
Community Help. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program helps people who make less than $52,000 a year. Tax counseling for the elderly is also available for people over 60 years of age. These sites are located in neighborhoods across the US. If you visit the IRS website, type in ‘VITA’ in the search box to find a location near you.
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