If you worked in 2021 and earned less than $60,000, we invite you to come to one of our neighborhood tax preparation sites to have your taxes prepared and filed for FREE.
For the past 17 years Shauntell Dunbar has been helping people get their taxes done. Whether she was serving at the 1199 SEIU Union Hall, or the Boston Tax Help Coalition, as a Site Coordinator for the Central Site and
The Boston Tax Help Coalition provides free tax preparation to approximately 10,000 area residents each year. But what’s it like to sit down with one of the Coalition’s IRS-trained tax preparers?
If you worked in 2021 and earned $60,000 or less, we invite you to come to one of our neighborhood tax preparation sites to have your taxes prepared and filed for free…
There are free resources available to file your taxes from home, or with scheduled drop-off assistance, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Boston Tax Help Coalition offers free tax preparation and filing in 15 neighborhoods at 30+ different locations. Some sites also offer financial guide check-ups. Find a tax site near you…
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As a lifelong resident of Roxbury, I have always been deeply committed to giving back to my community. Volunteering at the Roxbury Resource Center is extremely rewarding. The smiles and thank yous from the taxpayers are priceless! Seeing taxpayers return year after year is not only an indication of the exemplary service provided at the RRC but also of the impact that the free tax prep has in the community.
As a Tax Preparer in the program, I get to enjoy the relationship with the taxpayers who value the service provided, with the volunteers who are helpful people of goodwill, and with everybody I meet through the program. Also, there is a rare political consensus that the EITC program is important for social justice. I feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to be a volunteer.