Help seniors with tax preparation in IRS programs.
- Have you considered volunteering to help seniors, modest-income Americans file taxes?
- The IRS and partner agencies will soon ramp up two programs.
- Those programs — VITA, or Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, and TCE, or Tax Counseling for the Elderly — offer tax-preparation help, featuring electronic filing for added security and faster refunds.
There are many ways to give back to the community, from outright cash donations to volunteer work at nonprofit groups.
But have you ever considered helping others, including seniors and modest-income individuals, file their income tax returns?
The Internal Revenue Service and various partner agencies will soon start ramping up their efforts to attract volunteers for two programs — VITA, or Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, and TCE, or Tax Counseling for the Elderly — for the coming tax season.