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“Last year we filed more than 5,000 federal and state returns, totaling more than $2.5 million in refunds for our residents,” said New Hanover County Senior Resource Center Director Amber Smith. “Our certified tax preparer can answer questions and help prepare personal income taxes. The VITA program is a great resource for our community.”

QUAD CITIES (KWQC) — Quad City residents with a household income of $57,000 or less can get their taxes done for free starting Monday. (MGN Photo) This is possible through the United Way of the Quad Cities Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. Taxpayers should bring valid driver’s license or photo ID, social security card […]

Tax prep help — SIU student volunteers are ready to start preparing free tax returns for area residents. From left to right, Megan Jordan and Donna Adkinson, master of accountancy students, are with Michelle Johanson, coordinator of online undergraduate instruction for the College of Business.  (Photo provided) January 31, 2020 Trained SIU student volunteers will […]

Submitted Photo United Way and VITA volunteer greeter Grace Sunday completes her training while at the United Way office. Tax season is officially underway and hardworking residents of this area are gathering up their documents, and getting ready to get back some of their hard earned money, via an income tax refund. […]

CLOSE Most Americans dread tax season. It can be costly, confusing and complicated. But there’s some good news: there are fewer changes this time around. USA TODAY If you need help preparing your taxes, you are in luck.  United Way of Greater Nashville and partner agencies have officially launched the 16th annual Volunteer Income Tax Assistance […]

A tax return preparer pleaded guilty today to aiding and assisting in the preparation of a false tax return, announced Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard E. Zuckerman of the Justice Department’s Tax Division.  According to court documents and statements made in court, between 2013 and 2016, Renita Jenifer, 52, of District Heights, Maryland, operated […]

Like it or not, the tax season is here. And the best way to alleviate stress is to be prepared for it.  Since keeping accurate records of all expenses related to your property management business is essential, the first step is to stay organized and on top of your finances throughout the whole year. By […]