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Get ready for next year’s tax season.

Pre-register NOW!



  • Earned Income Tax Payments (up to $9,050 per family)
  • Prior year missing Child Tax Credits and Stimulus Payments
  • Education Tax Credit Payments (up to $2,500/student)

There is NO CHARGE for any of our services.

Regster now to recieve an email and text reminder for when online tax filing opens.

Just follow the link in the email or text to get started.

>Sign up using the form below to get notified.

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We are planning in-person tax prep for 2023!

When you register now, you will be notified when appointments for free tax prep become available at the following in-person locations:

Bridgeport Goodwill

BuildingOne Community (Stamford)

Darien Library

Fairfield Library

New Canaan Library

Norwalk City Hall

Norwalk Library

Norwalk Senior Center

South Norwalk Library

Westport Senior Center

Westport Town Hall

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SimplifyCT’s free tax preparation services are part of the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. With 90 certified volunteers, we are ready to help you file your taxes and get the benefits you are entitled to.

“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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