Free VITA Tax Clinic
Through the IRS' Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program, Community Action Partnership of Hennepin County (CAP-HC) provides FREE tax assistance to income-eligible individuals and families. IRS tax law-certified volunteers prepare and e-file federal, state, and property taxes. Tax assistance is provided in person at CAP-HC's St. Louis Park office (8800 Hwy 7, St. Louis Park, 55426) on the 4th floor.
We accept applicants on a first come, first served basis. Staff will begin taking appointments on January 2, 2023 and will be scheduled through April 14, 2023. All appointments must be scheduled in advance.
The VITA Program provides free basic tax return preparation to qualified individuals and families, including:
- Single households with annual income of $35,000 or less
- Families with dependents annual income of $55,000 or less
- Persons with disabilities
- Limited English-speaking taxpayers
All applicants must live in Hennepin County.
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 952-697-1414 for application forms and additional required documentation.
- VITA Tax Clinics are in-person and by appointment only. Staff will begin taking appointments on January 2, 2023 and will be scheduled through April 14, 2023.
Please note: Applications cannot be processed until all application forms and supporting tax documents have been completed and submitted.
If you have any questions about CAP-HC's VITA Tax Clinic, please email us at email@example.com or call 952-697-1414.
Additional Tax Filing Resources
Here are a few additional resources for help filing your taxes:
Earned Income Tax Credit
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) helps low- to moderate-income workers and families get a tax break. If you qualify, you can use the credit to reduce the taxes you owe – and maybe increase your refund. The amount of your credit may change if you have children, dependents, are disabled, or meet other criteria. Using this credit may affect other government benefits for some types of workers, like the military and clergy. If you claim the EITC credit, your refund may be delayed. By law, refunds to taxpayers who claim the Earned Income Tax will not begin until mid-February.
For more about EITC, visit the IRS website.
The IRS has created an EITC qualification assistant to help you find out if you qualify and estimate your credit amount.