MCNC Colorado State University Foreign Student - Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA Region 3)
Data Provided By
Mile High United Way - MHUW
Description of Service
Call to make an appointment. Foreign students must leave a voicemail with contact information. During the summer, clients who meet eligibility must leave a voicemail with contact information. This site is open June 1st, 2018 - October 11th, 2018. Offers free tax preparation and assistance for low-income individuals and families.
- Federal and state e-filing is available
- Colorado Property Tax/Rent/Heat Rebate
- Schedule A (no Schedule B) for itemized deductions
- EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit) & Child Tax Credits
- Forms 1099R, RRB1099, SSA 1099
- Credits: Child & Dependent Care, Energy, and Education
- Prior year tax returns prepared
Limited, call for specific information
Call to make an appointment. Disregard message stating that it is not an appointment line. Disregard referral to 2-1-1 line. Foreign students must leave a voicemail with contact information. Agency will call student back to discuss a date and time for an appointment. Must have paperwork completed before getting in line. Go to the website http://www.makechangenoco.com/tax-preparation/foreign-students/ to download, print and complete intake and consent forms.
Clients should bring the following:
- Valid photo identification
- Copy of 2017 tax return
-Social security cards (or ITINs) for all family members. Alternatives include: (1) photocopy of social security cards for all family members (2) prior year tax return with the names and social security numbers listed if NoCo prepared return, or (3) letter from the social security administration or Form SSA-1099
- A voided check or other verifiable bank routing and account numbers for Direct Deposit of refund.
Clients should also bring any of the following that apply:
- W-2 Forms from all jobs worked in 2017
- Income statements for Pension (1099-R) and Social Security (1099-SSA)
- Statements for all other income, such as self-employment (1099-MISC), interest and dividends (1099-INT) and brokerage statements (1099-B)
- Statements of cash income, prizes and awards
- College tuition and student loan interest statements (1098-T and Bursar’s Statement), plus documentation of education expense
- Lottery/gambling winnings and loses (1099-G)
- Alimony paid or received
- ACA Form 1095-A (if Health Insurance was purchased through the Marketplace
- ACA Form 1095-B or -C if health insurance was obtained through an employer or other source
- Only notarized Colorado Durable Power of Attorney is acceptable
Clients who wish to itemize deductions on Schedule A should also bring:
- Documentation of medical expenses paid out-of-pocket in 2017
- Mortgage interest statement
- Documentation of real estate taxes and personal property taxes paid in 2017 – check forms carefully
- Documentation of charitable contributions
Foreign students seeking tax preparation assistance may call and leave a message to receive guidance on how to get help.
Check website to determine eligibility. Call to make an appointment. Foreign students must leave a voicemail with contact information. Agency will call student back to discuss a date and time for an appointment.
During the off-season, appointment locations may vary.
Larimer County residents may be eligible to receive free tax assistance (within complexity limits) if:
- Are age 59 or under, with income up to $66,000
- Are 60 years or older
- Are home bound or have special needs
- Are a Non-Resident Alien, with or without an ITIN or SSN.