The St. Louis Tax Assistance Program offers free income tax preparation and tax information for families with income under $60,000. TAP will make sure your return is completed correctly and help you get any tax credits you deserve.
Learn more about other recent changes that may affect your 2022 taxes—including the Child Tax Credits you may have received in 2022.
You must make an appointment. NO WALK-INS!
The most convenient location to the 24:1 Community is:
2115 Chambers Road, St. Louis, MO 63136
View other locations with both weekday and Saturday hours.
Here is what you will need to bring:
- Valid picture ID (i.e., driver’s license or passport) for taxpayer and spouse (NOTE: Both spouses need to be present to sign return)
- Social Security or ITIN cards for ALL family members
- Direct deposit information (bank routing & account numbers)
- Copy of 2021 return if possible
- All W-2s and 1099s (if any) for 2022
- Form 5498-SA and 1099-SA for your Health Saving Account. If your W-2 has an amount labeled “W” in Box 12 of your W-2, you will need these two documents
- Form 1095-A if covered by Marketplace Insurance
- Form 1098-T and college statement of account showing tuition paid during 2022, if claiming an Education Tax Credit
- Proof of childcare expenses paid including the name, address, and Tax ID number of the provider
- If a victim of identity theft, IP PIN letter from IRS (IRS will mail in early January)
- Health Insurance Premiums or Long-Term Care Premiums Paid (Missouri residents get a break on their state taxes)
TAP does NOT prepare income tax returns for taxpayers with incomes over $60,000 or who own rental property.
The IRS does not offer direct help to taxpayers, but it does offer links to FREE help preparing your return (from trained volunteers) and filling out tax forms (using brand-name software).
You can also do your own return using FREE software.