Because a tax return may be required to apply for a loan, to rent a place, or to qualify for Social Security Administration benefits, it’s important to take care of your tax documents.
The IRS–Find an Office link below is how you can find your closest Taxpayer Assistance Center. Call to make an appointment. You may also want to check out the VITA program if you make less than $54,000 a year. They provide free help with your taxes!
Free tax preparation help
VITA volunteers provide free, confidential tax preparation and e-filing of Colorado and Federal taxes. You can earn up to $57,000 to qualify. Click on the website link for more information. Scroll down to the bottom for the green button that says VITA/TCE Locations. Click on that, then you can enter your zip code to find a nearby location with information about whether places take walk-ins or require appointments. It's that easy!More Info
Free tax preparation help
Denver Asset Building Coalition provides free help with tax preparation services for families making less than $57,000 and single filers making less than $35,000. Click on the website link to learn what to bring with you and more. Click on the blue button that says Get Site Schedule Information for location information for three sites in Denver, and one in Aurora, Arvada, and Edgewater.More Info
Learn about Child Tax Credit, Earned Income Tax Credit, and CO Tax Rebate
Get Ahead Colorado is a public information campaign from Colorado's Department of Public Health and Environment. Click on the website link to learn how you can file your taxes and claim tax rebates you may be eligible for.More Info
Click on the website for a list of IRS offices in Colorado and phone numbers for Taxpayer Assistance Centers. All of these offices require you to make an appointment by phone first. Scroll through the list for these numbers and addresses. The website also provides links to information about paying taxes. If you make over a certain amount of money, you legally have to file your taxes.More Info
Get Right with Your Taxes is a guide published by the Internal Revenue Service. It's designed for a prisoner re-entry program, but you can get a lot of good info here for yourself. Be sure to check out the Q&A section.More Info
You can call 211 operators and ask for locations that offer free tax preparation near you. All you have to do is call 211 from anywhere in the state!More Info
IRS page with info about your refund. Apparently there's a problem with the tool and mail processing delays. Click on website link for more info.More Info
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