Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) *2013 Archive*
January 22, 2013
- 9:00 PM
SUU Business Building, Room 207
This is a calendar entry from 2013. Please refer to the events calendar to find current information!
Have your taxes done for FREE by IRS certified volunteers!
January 22 - April 11th
5:30pm - 9:00pm
Please arrive no later than 8:15pm for volunteers to prepare your return.
Closed February 18th and March 11th-14th
BU207 in Dixie Leavitt Business Building
All taxpayers must bring a photo id and Social Security cards for every person reported on the tax return.
WHAT TO BRING?
Items you MUST bring to the VITA site to have your tax return prepared:
- Proof of identification, picture ID, for you and your spouse if filing jointly
- Both spouses must be present to sign required forms if filing jointly
- Social Security Cards for you, your spouse and dependents and/or a Social Security Number verification letter issued by the Social Security Administration
- Birth dates for you, your spouse and dependents on the tax return
- A copy of last year’s Federal and State returns, if available
- Bank Routing and Account Numbers for Direct Deposit (Voided check)
- Wage and earning statement(s) from all employers (Form W-2)
- Unemployment compensation (Form 1099G)
- Retirement benefits (Form 1099R)
- Interest and dividend statements (Forms 1099INT and 1099DIV)
- Self-Employment income and expenses (Forms 1099MISC or manual records)
- Income gain/loss from sale of stocks or bonds (Form 1099B and/or broker’s statement)
- Social Security or Railroad Retirement benefits (SSA 1099 or RRB 1099)
- Gambling and prize winnings (1099MISC or W-2G)
- Day care expenses and day care provider's address and tax identification number (the provider's Social Security Number or the provider's business Employer Identification Number)
- Education expenses and student loan interest paid (1098-T and 1098-E)
- Home mortgage interest (Form 1098), charitable contributions, medical expenses and mileage, and real estate taxes paid
- Qualified expenses for the Residential Energy Efficient Property Credit
- Documentation for IRA contributions
- Documentation for medical expense paid from a Health Savings Account (HSA)
- Information for alimony received or paid
- Qualified First-Time Homebuyers Credit, settlement statement including purchase date and price
Not all VITA sites can prepare returns with all of the above income or expenses. Some of the issues are complex and require volunteers with Advanced Certification. Please verify with the 211 Operator or the Greeter at the site that your return can be prepared at the VITA site. www.utahtaxhelp.org
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