The Boston Tax Help Coalition (BTHC) continued to provide free, successful tax preparation and financial education services to thousands of Boston area taxpayers in 2023. BTHC partners saw a significant increase in taxpayers served this season as tax sites were finally able
The Boston Tax Help Coalition provides free tax preparation and filing services to low-moderate income Boston residents. Through the work of our community partners, there are more than 30 tax sites across Boston’s neighborhoods each tax season. Part of the Worker Empowerment Cabinet, the Coalition
If it seems like Abraham Kirby-Galen likes doing your taxes, you would be wrong. Abraham LOVES doing your taxes. It is not just his knowledge about taxes, it is his zest for helping others complete what can be a scary task, and teaching them along the way.
Over twenty-two million dollars has found its way back into the pockets of Boston residents this 2022 tax season thanks to the VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program) and its Boston arm, the Boston Tax Help Coalition, under the Mayor’s
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?
The Boston Tax Help Coalition was thrilled to host WCVB-Channel 5 recently when anchor Doug Meehan visited our Roxbury headquarters to see how Volunteer Income Tax Preparation (VITA) really works.
The Boston Tax Help Coalition on Friday launched its 20th season of free tax services, which will include both in-community and remote tax preparation for Boston residents who earn $60,000 or less.
In her welcome to Boston Public Schools (BPS) students outside City Hall Thursday, Disabilities Commissioner Kristen McCosh encouraged them to “learn a lot, ask a lot of questions” of the banks and credit unions that had come to meet with
The expanded child tax credit as part of President Biden’s coronavirus relief plan, which will begin to pay families with children 17 and younger in July. Families with children under the age of 6 will get a tax credit of