Tax assistance available at NDSU Main Library
NDSU’s Volunteer Income Tax Service is slated to offer free tax preparation assistance and electronic filing for people earning less than $51,000 a year at NDSU’s Main Library.
The assistance is scheduled for 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. each Monday from Feb. 24 through March 31 in the library’s basement room 14. The program will not run on March 17.
Please bring the following items:
· Last year’s tax return
· Your ID and spouse’s ID if applicable.
· Social Security cards for all people claimed on the return
· All W-2, 1099 forms, Social Security statements, interest and dividend statements, and any other income items.
· Any expense items, such as mortgage interest, real estate taxes, checks/receipts for contributions, education expenses for college or any items you think may be deductible.
· A checkbook or voided check for proof of direct deposit.
Assistance is open to the public with a special emphasis on serving people who have low incomes, people whose native language is not English and international students.
The NDSU Volunteer Income Tax Service program began 15 years ago. It provides students with firsthand experience working with clients and provides free services for people in the community who may not have access to paid tax-preparer services.
Many of the student volunteers speak multiple languages. The program also has access to volunteer translators through the Office of International Programs.
NDSU is recognized as one of the nation’s top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.