Missouri State University and Drury University students working with the ATLS (Across The Life Span) coalition will provide Volunteer Income Tax Assistance. This program provides free tax preparation assistance for federal tax returns and Earned Income Credit (EIC), Missouri Property Tax Credit, and other tax forms. They will provide assistance with Missouri and other states' tax returns if the federal return is being prepared.
Previous years' tax returns cannot be prepared.
Assistance is for those of low-to-moderate income, generally below $54,000, and for people with disabilities and non-English speakers.
All returns will be filed electronically unless the Internal Revenue Service requires a manual return. All taxpayers must be available to sign the appropriate forms in the case of joint returns.
Documents to bring:
Call 2-1-1 or (417) 720-2000 starting January 21 to make an appointment or request a translator. Expect delays due to call volume, do not call the sites directly.
Must arrive 15 minutes early for appointments; late arrivals may have to reschedule. Walk-ins accepted on an availability basis only.
Springfield-Greene County Library
Library staff cannot give advice or help prepare taxes.
|Midtown-Carnegie Branch Library, 397 E. Central St., by appointment; free parking available.
|Saturdays, Feb.6-April 9 (except March 26), 9 a.m.-2 p.m.|
|Drury University 900 N. Benton, Breech School of Business Administration at the corner of Central Street and Drury Lane, walk-in only; free parking available
|Saturdays, Feb. 6 and 13, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.|
|Mondays, Feb. 8-29, 4-8 p.m.|
|Holy Trinity Catholic Church Parish Hall, 2818 E. Bennett St., Springfield, by appointment only; free parking available|
|Thursdays, Feb. 4-April 14 (except March 24), 4-7 p.m.|
|Legal Services of Southern Missouri, 809 N. Campbell Ave., Springfield, by appointment only; free parking available
|Tuesdays, Feb. 9-April 12, 4-7 p.m.|
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