January 17, 2018
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
RONALD TWEDT, assistant professor of Accounting, Offutt School of Business
AMY KELLY, College Communications and Media Relations director
FREE TAX PREPARATION AT CONCORDIA
Free tax preparation is available on Concordia College’s campus with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program from 6-9 p.m. Feb. 5-March 15 on Monday and Thursday evenings in the Grant Center room 118. The site will not be open Feb. 26 or March 1, when the campus is closed due to Spring Break.
No appointment is needed and free parking is available.
VITA is a program supported by the IRS. IRS-certified student volunteers prepare basic tax returns. VITA offers a quick and convenient way to receive your tax refund through free E-filing. The mission of VITA is to provide free basic tax return preparation for low-to-moderate income (less than $54,000 a year) and elderly taxpayers. Things to bring: all W-2 forms, Photo ID, and Social Security CARD. Also, a blank check or bank account and routing numbers for direct deposit of tax refunds. For married couples, BOTH spouses must be present.
Contact Ronald Twedt, the site coordinator with questions.
Directions: the Grant Center is located on 8th Street and 12th Avenue South, Moorhead. Parking is available in the back of the building in ES or E. Room 118 is located on the main floor.
Edited 2/1/18 to reflect that Tuesday is not a tax prep day as previously indicated in the release.