Tax Assistance Sites in Irving 2011
The following information describes sites in the Metroplex that are offerring Tax Assistance for Middle-to-Low Income Taxpayers. The remaining information discusses how an individual should prepare for a visit to Reference:Local IRS Tax Offices for a meeting with the Tax Preparation advisor. Tax preparation help for people outside of Irving is available. Please visit the AARP Tax-Aide sitefor additional locations.
2011 Tax Preparation Assistance Sites
ALL TAX ASSISTANCE SITES ARE GOVERNED BY IRS rules that limit eligibility for free assistance to specific forms (1040A or 1040EZ) and schedules (varied). Not all taxpayers qualify.
The following sites will be in operation from February - April 2010. Although the sites listed below tend to be consistent, times and locations are subject to change without notice.
AARP/TCE sites give special attention to those age 60 and older
- Heritage Senior Center
- 200 S. Jefferson
- (972) 721-2496
- Mondays and Thursdays, 8 am – 12 Noon
- Feb 1 - Apr 15, 2010
- Electronic Filing available at this site. Please call for an appointment.
- This site is by appt and for seniors only. Please refer to the Heritage Center for more info. There is paperwork to pick up and complete at the site.
- Irving Central Library
- 801 Irving Blvd.
- Saturdays, 10 am – 2 pm
- Feb 6 - Apr 16, 2010
- Electronic Filing available at this site
- This site will be limited to approx. 36 taxpayers per Saturday. *Numbered forms for available time given out on same day only - beginning at 9 am at the NORTH ENTRANCE (Rock Island side)
No advance tickets, No rainchecks. First Come, First Served. Spanish assistance will very limited.
- Nimitz High School
- 100 Oakdale
- Saturdays 9 am – 1 pm
- Enter through Main School entrance, follow signs.
How to Prepare
Before meeting tax assistance volunteer, gather together some basic information and bring it to the site, such as:
- Copy of previous year's tax return. If necessary, contact the IRS for a copy of last year's return.
- W-2 forms from each employer
- All 1099 forms (1099-INT, 1099-DIV, 1099-misc., etc.) showing interest and/or dividends as well as documentation showing the original purchase price of your sold assets
- SSA-1099 form if you were paid Social Security benefits
- 1099R forms if you received a pension or annuity
- All forms indicating federal income tax paid
- If applicable, unemployment compensation statements
- Child care provider information (name, employer ID, Social Security number)
- If itemizing deductions bring all receipts or canceled checks for items such as medical expenses, taxes paid, mortgage interest paid, and charitable contributions
- Social Security numbers for all dependents
- If you received an Economic Stimulus payment received in 2008, bring information.