Prince William County residents have access to a free tax service.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) is available for a person or family that had an income of less than $60,000 last year, according to a release from Prince William County.
“We have quite a few people that come in for the service,” Virginia Career Works (VCW) Prince William Center Manager Rebecca Bennett said in a release. “When tax season comes, we get many calls to ask if we’re still doing it in the county. We’re pleased to be able to tell them, ‘Yes.’”
Until April 15, eligible community members may receive assistance and advice from volunteers on Saturdays at the VCW – Prince William Center, which stands at 13370 Minnieville Road in Woodbridge.
Appointments aren’t required for the tax service. Questions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These items should be brought:
Financial coaching, workshops, and services for those who work are also offered at the VCW – Prince William Center through the Prince William Financial Empowerment Center. ELEVATE is another workforce development option provided.
Taxpayers can also get help with their taxes at a couple of local libraries.
The AARP Foundation Tax Aide is providing assistance at the following sites until April 15:
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