The St. Louis Tax Assistance Program offers free income tax preparation and tax information for families with income under $56,000. TAP will make sure your return is completed correctly and help you get any tax credits you deserve.
You now have more time to file your 2020 tax returns! The IRS has extended the filing deadline until May 17.
Learn more about other recent changes that may affect your 2020 taxes—including an exemption for unemployment benefits received in 2020: https://our241.com/what-the-expanded-child-tax-credit-means-for-you/
Due to COVID restrictions, you must make an appointment. NO WALK-INS!
The most convenient location to the 24:1 Community is:
Overland City Community Center
9225 Lackland, St. Louis, MO 63114
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Here is what you will need to bring:
- All W-2s and 1099s, and 1098Ts (if any)
- Copy of 2019 tax return
- Information about stimulus payments and unemployment benefits you received in 2020
- A copy of your check for direct deposit of refund
- Valid picture ID for taxpayer and spouse (Driver’s License or Passport)
- Form 1095A – Affordable Care Act Marketplace Documentation
- Social Security Cards or Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers for all family members
- If college education credit, college statement of account for tuition paid
- If joint return, both spouses must be present to sign return
TAP does NOT prepare income tax returns for taxpayers with incomes over $56,000, who own rental property, or with itemized deductions.
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.