Everything You Need to Know About HWCLI’s VITA Program
Are you interested in receiving free tax preparation through HWCLI’s Virtual VITA Program? You’ve come to the right place! HWCLI’s Virtual VITA program is generously supported by Citi Community Development. Additional support is provided by Bank of America, Capital 1, and Bridgehampton National Bank.
Here is everything you need to know about HWCLI’s 2019 Virtual VITA Program:
When Does It Start?
You can prepare your 2018 taxes with us starting January 29, 2019. You can prepare taxes from 2015, 2016, 2017 starting March 1, 2019.
If your household income was less than $55,000 in 2018, you could qualify for completely free tax preparation!
How Does it Work?
The Virtual VITA program utilizes technology to connect the taxpayer and tax preparer. The process is quick and simple. Make an appointment at our main office in Melville or any of our intake sites across Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
1. HWCLI staff will scan your tax documents to our secure online system and assist you in completing the intake forms.
2. Documents are uploaded to our secure online system.
3. An offsite tax preparer from the Food Bank for NYC will call you within three business days to complete your return over the phone. They will confirm your identity, discuss your income, expenses, any money owed, as well as if you qualify for a refund or tax credits.
4. If you have an email address, you can sign your return right from your smartphone or tablet. Or, return to the site to sign and file your return.
What Do I Bring?
Here are all the documents you need to bring to file your taxes through HWCLI’s Virtual VITA Program.
We cannot prepare your taxes if you have:
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