Once a year can be all too often for taxes. But, there is an amazing opportunity for families in our community to take advantage of and get their taxes prepared for free. $6,594,029 was brought back into Utah, Summit and Wasatch County families’ pockets last year through the VITA program.
It's that time of the year again to start thinking about taxes. For many of us tax time is about extra money in our pockets from tax credits and refunds. Others of us may have to write a check to the IRS. Whatever your tax situation may be, be sure to save money this year by filing your taxes for FREE.
post written by our guest blogger Marcee- A couple of weeks ago, Jenna Innis from AAA Fair Credit Foundation, and I were interviewed by FM 100.3’s Rebecca Cressman to talk about Utah Saves and discuss ways families can get on track financially.I was a little nervous, especially since I’ve had a cold the past few days and had images of sneezing right into the microphone in the middle of answering a question.However, my coughing and sneezing were kept at bay and I was very impressed wi
Submitted by kmulderig on Mon, 02/01/2010 - 12:00am
Last Friday we celebrated EITC Tax Awareness Day. This day was started to help raise awareness of the Earned Income Tax Credit. This is a special tax credit that many people are not aware of, but may be able to qualify for. VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) volunteers joined together on this day at the UCCU Riverwoods in Provo and helped members of our community file taxes. Mayor John Curtis even stopped by to talk to the volunteers and community members about the VITA program.