Are you eligible to receive free tax preparation services? Qualifying individuals can receive free tax preparation services through Tax Counseling for the Elderly. The requirement is to be aged 60 or older at the end of the preceding tax year.
TYOJ has partnered with the IRS to provide free tax services for the elderly and low to moderate-income individuals and families in Riverdale, GA and surrounding areas. Have your taxes prepared by IRS-trained and certified volunteers!
Did you know that if you make $55,000 or less, you can have your taxes prepared for FREE? The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) is sponsored by the IRS to provide these services.
Club Xhell Inc.
216 Valley Hill Road
Riverdale, GA 30214
*Site Closed on the following Saturdays – January 27, 2018; February 24, 2018 and March 24, 2018. Appointments are available Monday – Wednesday. Please use the Contact Us page to request an appointment.
All services are provided on a first come, first serve basis. The Year of Jubilee Financial Services Inc is committed to providing reasonable accomodations to individuals with disabilities. Please let us know if you need accomodations. For additional locations near you, click here.
We welcome volunteers. No experience is required. Training and certification assistance is provided. If you are interested in learning more about volunteering, please feel free to send us a message on the Contact Us pageRead More »
Will you take the pledge to save? One of the best ways to prepare for the future is to make sure you have a safety net in times of trouble. Having enough money to cover three to six months of living in expenses in savings is essential to having a financial stability. In the event of unforeseen circumstances like sickness or job loss, the savings can help a family navigate through the tough times without taking on an excessive amount of debt during the challenging times. Continue ReadingRead More »
That’s the biggest concern flagged Wednesday by National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson in her annual report to Congress. The job of the national taxpayer advocate is to represent the interests of taxpayers.
Do you know about the tipping trick? Next time you’re out to eat and not sure how much to tip your waiter, try this: double the tax. Depending on where you live, this number will be between 12 and 20% of your total bill. Then you can adjust up as needed. Easy peasy!
When it comes to money, we can all benefit from a few quick tips.