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SIGN UP NOW FOR FREE TAX HELP in 2022

 

  • Are you confused about the new tax credits and don’t know if you need to file?
  • Maybe your friend or neighbor got a stimulus check but you didn’t get one?
  • Do you have kids under the age of 18 who live with you most of the year?
  • Do you have transportation trouble and can’t get to an in-person appointment?
  • Or, are you working two jobs and don’t have time to make a face-to-face appointment to get your taxes done?

If any of these sound like you, we can help.

 

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How does it work?

Start by filling out the form below. In January 2022, we will send you a text and email reminder when it’s time to get started.

We will send you a link to an online form with short directions on how to fill out the form. The whole process takes about 15 minutes.

Our team will be available to answer any questions and help out if you get stuck anywhere.

If you filed in 2021, you WILL need to file again in 2022 to continue child tax credit payments. If you didn’t file in 2021, don’t worry, we can help you get started.

Fill out the form below. Don’t wait!

There is NO CHARGE for any of our services.

 

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“I was very happy at how easy and stress-free the whole process of preparing your taxes was. Due to the pandemic, we filed our taxes through the website. The process is user-friendly. They are always there for you by phone/email from beginning to end until your taxes are completed and submitted to the IRS. This is an excellent free tax service for the community and I highly recommend it.” — Tania Z.

“Many Connecticut families deeply affected by the COVID-19 crisis are unfortunately not receiving the financial support they are entitled to by the CARES stimulus, Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, or other government programs. I applaud the work that VITA is doing to get our citizens the financial help they need and deserve.”  — Governor Ned Lamont

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