Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program Aides Low-income Families
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) at Miami Dade College is offering to do free tax returns for students and low-income applicants earning less than $50,000 a year.
The program will run from early February until early April, offering services in English, Creole and Spanish.
Individuals interested in receiving assistance must contact their campus VITA representative to set-up an appointment.
Applicants must bring their social security card, the social security cards of any dependents being claimed, a picture identification, W-2 earnings statement, 1099 MISC for self employed individuals, receipts, and a 1099 INT.
For more information contact:
VITA services or visit
Meek Center:(305) 237-1199
Hialeah: (305) 237-8620
Homestead: (305) 237-5143
InterAmerican: (305) 237-6484
Kendall: (305) 237-2375
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