Front Range offers tax prep help

Staff Report
Posted 3/28/19

With the April 15 tax deadline less than a month away, Front Range Community College and the Partnership with Tax Help Colorado is offering return preparation help to people with incomes below …

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Front Range offers tax prep help

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With the April 15 tax deadline less than a month away, Front Range Community College and the Partnership with Tax Help Colorado is offering return preparation help to people with incomes below $55,000.

IRS-certified students, alumni and community volunteers will prepare and file tax returns free of charge for individuals. The service is designed to help hard-working families become more financially secure by providing free tax preparation services through a partnership between Front Range Community College and Denver-based Piton Foundation, as part of the Tax Help Colorado program.

Drop-in help is available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday through April 13 at Front Range Community College’s Westminster Campus, 3645 112th Ave.

Taxpayers should bring their tax and income information with them. That includes:

A drivers license or other proof of identification; Social Security cards for the taxpayers, spouse and dependents; wage and earning statement (Forms W-2, W-2-G, and 1099-R) from all employers; interest and dividend statements from banks (Form 1099); proof of health insurance (Form 1095-A, 1095-B, or 1095-C); and a copy of last year’s federal and state returns if available.

In addition, they should bring bank routing and account numbers for direct deposit, proof of mortgage interest, property taxes, childcare payments, charitable contributions and any other tax-deductible expenses and last year’s rent receipts and heating bills if they are eligible for the Colorado Rent-Heat Rebate.

Students should bring records of expenses for college tuition, books, fees, and supplies, in addition to Form 1098T.

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