February 21, 2017
Secure & FREE!
Two Ways to File Taxes Fast!
Does your household earn less than $55,000 or $64,000 per year?
|If you are looking for a secure way to file your taxes without paying a tax-preparer, file your taxes on MyFreeTaxes.com or meet face to face at VITA sites all throughout the island with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA)|
MyFreeTaxes has a secure online tax filing software provided by H&R Block.Get started with
- Easy login anytime and anywhere
- Helpful tools such as calculator and error checkers
- Convenient live chat for any questions from 10am – 10pm EST
- A free help line via Phone and Email available in Spanish or English
- Your income must not exceed $64,000 per year.
Learn how much you qualify for in Earned Income Tax Credit!
|Hawaii Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) is a program of the Internal Revenue Service that provides |
· Service to over $59.6 million clients since 2006
· Helps clients receive the full benefit of valuable tax credits such as EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit)
· Protects from predatory practices such as Rapid Refund Loan
· Clients household income must not exceed $55,000 per year.
From January 27th to April 18th, Hawaiian Community Assets in collaboration with National CAPACD will bring awareness to a new initiative aimed at expanding the current Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) to include young workers not claimed as dependent on others’ tax reporting aged 21-24 and our kupuna working in low-wage or part-time positions making no more than $14,880 annually. Join us as we gain momentum on our advocacy efforts to bring more of our community out of poverty by returning hard earned wages back to you.
- Meet the EITC expansion reform age and wage range and want to share a story of your tax story?
- Contact us at [email protected]or engage us on social media: @hca808 on Instagram or facebook.com/hca808. Or tag us in your post and hashtag it with #EITC4me for national recognition.
** For more tax resources please dial Aloha United Way’s 2-1-1 help referral service.
Hawaiian Community Assets