VITA Tax Clinic
MCC offers free tax assistance and e-filing of federal and state returns for those who qualify with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Clinic.
2022 Walk-In Hours
- Wednesdays: January 26–April 13 from 3:30–8:30 p.m. (closed March 30)
- Saturdays: January 22–April 16 from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. (closed April 2)
Park in Lot B, enter Building A, Room A102
2022 Drop Off Service
Request intake documents from email@example.com. We will reply with instructions to complete this process.
- What are the benefits of the VITA Tax Clinic?
- Earned Income Tax Credit
- Fast Refunds with free E-Filing of federal and state returns
- VITA certified preparers
- Banking and financial counseling (appointment required)
- Trained staff will help individuals complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form with the completion of the tax return. (appointment required)
- Amended and prior years’ returns (2018–2020) after March 10
- Language services provided
- Certified Acceptance Agent (CAA) for processing Individual Taxpayer Identification Number request (ITIN). An ITIN is required for undocumented workers (those in the U.S. without papers) who are working. If you earn money in the U.S. as a resident, citizen or visitor, you have to file income taxes. If you can’t get a Social Security number, you’ll need an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) to file your taxes.
- Who Qualifies?
The VITA Tax Clinic prepares tax returns for individuals or households with incomes less than $60,000 and assists with Facilitated Self Assistance (FSA) returns for individuals or households with incomes less than $60,000.
- What Do I Bring to the VITA Tax Clinic?
- Social Security cards or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) letters for all family members reported on the tax return (mandatory)
- Valid photo ID for main taxpayer on tax return
- Bank account routing and account number for direct deposit
- Advanced Credit Money received during 2021
- Earnings statements (wages W-2s), pensions, Social Security, unemployment, interest, dividends, 1099s, etc.
- Tuition statements and expenses (1098-T)
- Mortgage interest statements (1098)
- Real estate tax bill
- Prior year tax return
- Cancellation of debt/bankruptcy information
- Self-employed business income and expense
- Brokerage Statements
Please note that VITA operations are fluid at this time, and changes may occur with little notice. Follow our VITA Facebook page to keep up with the latest information.