Appointments Available for Those Who Need Help with Taxes
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program offers free tax help for low-to moderate-income people who cannot prepare their own tax returns. The Henry Carter Hull Library in Clinton is facilitating this program for area residents this year. (Photo courtesy of Henry Carter Hull Library )
Tax season is back and VITA Volunteers are determined to continue providing essential tax preparation services in ways that prioritize the safety of the community.
This year, that means guests will be provided with instructions to drop off their required information at Henry Carter Hull Library in Clinton for remote off-site processing, and notified when their documents are prepared and ready for pickup. A VITA volunteer will contact you as necessary.
Guests requiring assistance with personal tax returns with an annual income of less than $80,000 are eligible for this free community service. Appointment applications for this popular service will be taken by phone starting and continue until spaces run out.
To apply for an appointment, call the library at 860-669-2342. A VITA volunteer will follow up with you to confirm your registration and issue instructions.