VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE
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Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
Free, quality tax preparation from IRS-certified preparers to individuals and families earning up to $73,000 annually.
Still need to file a 2021 tax return?
Use this link from your mobile device to get started right away: www.getyourrefund.org/uwtsa
Not in a hurry? Use our Valet VITA service and have your tax return prepared by our volunteers in 2-3 weeks.
Drop your tax documents off to a certified IRS Tax Preparer who will upload and complete your taxes for you to pick up and file.
PLEASE NOTE: Some tax situations are out of scope for our FREE program, such as, Married Filing Separately, owning a rental property, and foreign income.
See more details about this in our FAQ section Here.
If you received all of your Advance Child Tax Credit payments,
YOU STILL NEED TO FILE to get the other half of the credit!
Use the link above to get started from your mobile device now!
What is VITA?
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program through United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona provides free, quality tax preparation from IRS-certified preparers to individuals and families earning up to $73,000 annually.
Our VITA program helps taxpayers access all tax credits for which they are eligible – including the Child Tax Credit (CTC), the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), and for eligible older adults, the Arizona Property Tax Credit.
VITA is a community initiative led by United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, in collaboration with Catholic Community Services and partners throughout Northern and Western Arizona. Together, and largely through a network of dedicated volunteers, this collaborative serves residents in nine of Arizona’s fifteen counties.
Sponsors and Information
Click below to read our full FAQ of commonly asked questions, including the latest information on the Child Tax Credit. Or contact us directly for further assistance.
Million dollars brought back
Tax returns completed
“This program helps low-income community members and that appealed to my wife and me, so we decided to volunteer.”