Tax Relief Legal Services

Each LTTC independently decides whether you meet income guidelines and other criteria before agreeing to represent you. There is at least one LITC in each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. You can find a DTPC in or near your area using Publication 4134, List of Clinics for Low-Income Taxpayers. This publication identifies all LITC representing low-income taxpayers before the IRS or providing ESL services and is available from www.IRS.gov/advocate or your local IRS office. We primarily represent clients who live in the greater Boston area. When it comes to unique or particularly important legal issues, we will also review cases from outside our geographic area of primary service. Free translation and interpretation services are available Get help online or in person. Call our hotline at 612-334-5970 or visit info@mylegalaid.org Low-Income Taxpayer (LIC) clinics are programs in law schools, accounting schools, or legal aid offices that provide legal assistance and representation to low-income taxpayers who have disputes with the IRS. Some LTCCs are non-profit organizations that offer municipal tax education programs to reach residents whose primary language is other than English. These organizations may offer free tax preparation services as part of their program. The Public Service Tax Assistance Endowment Fund (TAPS) provides stable, long-term funding for the Department of Taxation`s tax-related public service programs. The TAPS Endowment Fund primarily supports Christine A. The Brunswick Public Service Scholarship Program, which offers two-year scholarships to law school graduates to work for non-profit organizations that provide tax legal assistance to underserved communities.

To date, the TAPS Endowment Fund has supported nearly 20 recipients who have dedicated decades of service and unique projects to improving services to low-income taxpayers. Not only have recipients achieved impressive results, but many have secured positions in the area of tax assistance for low-income individuals and continue to serve low-income communities and train a new generation of law students to deliver these services after their scholarships. Other fellows have worked for U.S. Treasury Court judges who value their experience working with underserved taxpayers and their first-hand perspectives on low-income tax issues. Fellows who practice tax law in other contexts, such as large law firms and government, continue to contribute to the tax department by continuing to be active in pro bono initiatives, speaking on boards, chairing committees, writing commentaries, and mentoring fellows and other new lawyers. This program has been incredibly successful, both in supporting taxpayers who might otherwise be unrepresented, in implementing systemic change in local communities, and in providing a springboard for careers in low-income tax services. Consider donating to the TAPS Endowment Fund today. Your generous support will help the Section continue its mission of providing legal assistance to those in need. LSNYC Low-Income Taxpayer Clinics provides free legal services to taxpayers with federal and New York tax controversies. We provide legal advice, support or recommendations in areas such as: No. The Tax Desk offers free legal services to eligible persons.

We provide information, referrals, advice, self-help services, limited support and representation to eligible low-income individuals with tax issues. The type of support we offer depends on your situation, the legal issue and Legal Aid resources. Our services are free for those who qualify. Of course, the best reason to file your tax return is that, in most cases, you are legally required to do so. Many taxpayers, knowing that their repayments will be applied to other debts, are reluctant to file a return. However, it is always in your best interest to do so. If your refund is applied, the amount of your outstanding debt will be reduced. If you submit after the refund deadline, this will not happen. Sometimes people are able to pay their delinquent taxes, student loans, and child support only with their repayments. They are then free to ask for repayments in the coming years and move on without this debt dragging them down. If you have a lower income, many LTCTs can provide legal representation for disputes with the IRS. IRS communications can be complex and intimidating.

CILTs can help you respond to these requests or provide you with other legal assistance in tax disputes. We work with other legal aid organizations and government and community partners throughout the state of Minnesota, including the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota, the Minnesota Justice Foundation, University of Minnesota Legal Clinics, the Volunteer Lawyers Network, the Taxpayer Advocate Service, the Minnesota Department of Revenue, Prepare + Prosper, and other VITA and TCE tax preparation service providers. the Brian Coyle Center and the city of Minneapolis. The Low Income Taxpayers` Clinic does not generally prepare tax returns. You can call 211 for a transfer to free tax preparation services. Although the tax clinic is funded by IRS funds, this organization and participating practitioners are not affiliated with the IRS or the U.S. government. The IRS does not endorse, warrant or approve these organizations, their participating practitioners, or the services of such organization or participating organizations. The use or non-use of this organization or participating practitioners will not result in special treatment by the IRS.

The Federal Tax Clinic is one of seven clinics that make up Harvard Law School`s legal services center. As part of its mission to help low-income individuals and families in the greater Boston area, the Federal Tax Clinic provides free legal advice, advice, and guidance to low-income clients who have tax issues with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (MADOR). Client eligibility is based on case type and current income level. For detailed information on income eligibility, see the Frequently Asked Questions section below. Click on the image below to view or download the Tax Clinic brochure. If you are facing a tax issue and would like to know if you are eligible for assistance, please call the tax clinic`s admissions line at 617-390-1729 and leave a message. We will call you back as soon as possible. Tax law can be confusing and difficult to understand, and working with the IRS can be challenging.

Your current income level is based on how much you`re currently earning, not what you`ve earned in a previous year. Tax debts: Another common case in the tax clinic involves people with tax debts that they cannot pay.