Need Help Completing Your Taxes?
Don't leave money on the table. If you make less than $54,000, you can get free tax help from an IRS-certified tax preparer and may be eligible for valuable tax credits for working families.
What to Bring
- Identification: Social security cards (or ITINs) for all family members and Photo I.D. for taxpayer(s) are required.
- Income: All W-2s, 1099s and any other income-related documents. A copy of last year’s tax return, if available.
- Bank Account Information: Checking and savings account numbers and bank routing number to direct deposit your refund. Get your refund back faster with direct deposit!
- Childcare Expenses: Total paid to daycare provider and the provider’s tax ID for the Child & Dependent Care Credit.
Plus - Other Deductible Expenses
- Proof of mortgage interest and property taxes.
- Charitable donations and other tax-deductible expenses.
- For college expenses: In addition to Form 1098T from your college, bring records of expenses paid for tuition, books, fees and supplies.
- If eligible for Colorado Rent-Heat Rebate: 2017 rent receipts and heating bills.
Plus - Health Insurance Coverage (through one of the following)
- Connect for Health Colorado - Form 1095-A
- Health First Colorado – Form 1095-B
- Employer Coverage – Form 1095-C or 1095-B
- *If you didn’t have health coverage in 2017, visit healthcare.gov to find out if you qualify for an exemption.