IRS Tax Volunteers
Learn to Prepare Taxes and Make a Difference at the same time. How can you make a difference? Simple. Help your community in preparing taxes free of charge by becoming a volunteer with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) or Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) Programs.
You will receive training to provide free tax help for low-to-moderate income families who need assistance preparing their tax returns. More than 99,000 people said yes to making a difference during the 2012 filing season and prepared over 3 million returns at thousands of tax sites nationwide.
How does this program work? As a committed Tax Volunteer you’ll be assigned to work with a sponsoring organization, first to receive training and then to begin volunteering at a location in your community. Training is offered both online and in the classroom. Tax sites are generally open nights and weekends and the hours are flexible. You will be sure to find a volunteer site close to you.
Interested? For more details, submit your contact information using the VITA/TCE Volunteer Sign Up - Form 14310. Also include the city and state where you want to become a volunteer. Your information will be forwarded to the sponsoring organizations in your area for further contact.
Submit your inquiry now to become a VITA or TCE tax volunteer! It’s a rewarding way to give back to your community.
What do Volunteers do?
– Choose your volunteer role
Why do people volunteer?
– What is VITA and TCE?
– People helping people
– Five Reasons You Should Volunteer
– Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Recruitment Video
– Volunteer and Site Coordinator Training
– Link & Learn Introduction
– Link & Learn Taxes Tool