Did you miss the deadline to file your taxes? Not sure if you should file late? We say it is better to file late than not to file at all!
The Boston Tax Help Coalition announces a one-day tax clinic on Saturday, June 15th, 2019 from 9 AM – 1 PM. The tax clinic will operate at the Boston Centers For Youth & Families Mildred Community Center in Mattapan. Tax payers will receive free tax preparation services from IRS certified tax preparers, and free financial coaching through financial check-ups. At 11 AM clients may attend a free credit building workshop. If you are a taxpayer that needs assistance with late filing 2018, 2017, and/or 2016 returns click below to register for an appointment. Once you complete the form, someone will contact you to confirm your appointment time. Please be advised that you must speak to a staff member first, before you show up for your appointment.
Please make sure to bring the following:
- Non-expired Photo ID required
- Social Security Card or Individual Taxpayer ID Letter (ITIN) for you, your dependents and/or your spouse
- A copy of last year’s tax return
- All 1099 forms- 1099G (unemployment), 1099R (pension payments), 1099INT (bank interest), 1099SSA (Social Security), 1099 or self-employment
- W2 forms from all jobs in 2018, 2017, and/or 2016
- Bank-issued printed account and routing numbers to direct deposit your tax refund into your account
- Proof of health insurance (Health insurance cards, HC-1099 and 1095-A. 1095-C if applicable) for taxpayer, spouse, and all dependents*
- If you received the premium tax credit, you must bring in a 1095A
- Total child care expenses in 2018, 2017, and/or 2016, and child care provider’s name, address, and Employer Identification Number (EIN) or Social Security Number (SSN)
- All 1098T forms (tuition payments), college statements, receipts for materials
- Total student loan interest paid (1098E) or lender statement
- Proof of all rent paid in 2018, 2017, and/or 2016
- Proof of ANY deductible out of pocket expenses (annual BWSC, charitable receipts, property taxes)
- Any mail from the Massachusetts Department of Revenue and/or any mail from the IRS
*The event is booked. No more appointments available.