IRS Announces Additional Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Grant Recipients


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IR-2016-98, July 18, 2016

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today announced $385,678 in matching grants to nine additional recipients for development of qualified Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITCs) in underserved areas around the country for the last six months of the 2016 grant year.

The LITC program is a federal grant program administered by the Office of the Taxpayer Advocate at the IRS, led by National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olson. Although LITCs receive partial funding from the IRS, LITCs, their employees and their volunteers operate independently from the IRS.

The LITC program awards matching grants of up to $100,000 per year to qualifying organizations to develop, expand, or continue low income taxpayer clinics. The LITC program funds organizations to represent low income taxpayers in controversies with the IRS and to educate individuals who speak English as a second language about their rights and responsibilities as taxpayers. An LITC must provide services for free or for no more than a nominal fee.

The following is a list of additional organizations awarded a part-year grant:

2016 Additional Low Income Taxpayer Clinics

Name of Organization City State Award Amount
Inland Counties Legal Services, Inc. Riverside



JCVision and Associates, Inc. Hinesville



New Mexico Legal Aid Albuquerque



Hofstra University Hempstead



Touro Law Center Central Islip



Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc. Tulsa



South Texas College of Law Houston



Texas A&M University Fort Worth



University of Utah Salt Lake City



In February 2016, the IRS awarded $10.72 million in matching grants to 129 other organizations for operation throughout the year. For complete details of the previous release, see the news release IR-2016-32.

For more information about LITCs or to find a clinic near you, visit our Low Income Taxpayer Clinics page.

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