Serving Bullitt and Jefferson counties in Kentucky and Clark, Floyd, and Harrison counties in Southern Indiana.
NEW SITE ADDED FOR 2019-20 ……Others relocating.
Walnut Street Baptist Church will be the location of a new site to serve clients on Wednesdays and Saturdays beginning February 1, 2020. Hours of operation will be 1:00 – 6:00 PM.
Bill Routh will serve as the Local Coordinator. Current volunteers who have time and interest are encouraged to contact the Tax-Aide office about joining the staff for this new site,
The church is located at 1143 South 3rd Street
Both the Clifton and Middletown sites are re-locating for the coming season. Clifton will now be located at St.Mark’s Episcopal Church at 2822 Frankfort Ave.
Middletown area will now be served in the First Baptist Church at 11721 Main St.
Many thanks to each of these churches for their provision of space for this free community service.
Taxpayers can start to Get Ready now for filing their taxes next year
Most people don’t usually start thinking about their taxes until January. However, it’s not too early to start now. In fact, taxpayers can get ready for the upcoming tax filing season by doing a few simple things.
These steps include:
IRS.gov tools and resources help taxpayers understand their tax obligations and filing options. Aside from English, taxpayers will find info in several other languages on IRS.gov. They will find it under the language drop-down menu at the top of each page.
Here are some of the pages taxpayers can visit now to help them get ready for filing:
Tax-Aide offices are open February 1 - April 15. Tax-Aide does not have copies of your return – see below for further information.
For assistance in the interim, please contact your local IRS or State Department of Revenue office. Their address and phone numbers are listed in the blue pages of the phone book.
Taxpayer Advocate Service operates independently of all other IRS Offices and reports directly to Congress. It protects taxpayers’ rights and ensures that all taxpayers are treated fairly, and that they know and understand their rights under the IRS’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights. For additional information, go to taxpayeradvocate.irs.gov or contact the Louisville office at 502-912-5050 or 877-777-4778.
If several weeks have passed since you filed your KY return and you haven’t received your refund, you can check about the status in any of three ways:
(502) 564-1600 (Automated Line)
(502) 564-4581 (Live Representative)
You will need you Social Security number and the exact amount of the refund.
Back copies of previously-filed tax returns and all attachments, including Forms W-2, can be requested by filing Form 4506, Request for Copy of Tax Return. Alternatively, transcripts showing most line items on these returns can be ordered on-line, by calling 1-800-908-9946 or by using Form 4506T-EZ, Short Form Request for Individual Tax Return Transcript or Form 4506-T, Request for Transcript of Tax Return.
To learn more about volunteering with the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide, check out the rest of the web site and then register on the “Contacts” tab. Most volunteers are involved for only the 10-11 week tax season each year – a great short-term commitment!
You may prefer to call 502-394-3443 or e-mail email@example.com. Your contact will then be referred to the District Coordinator in your area of KY or Southern Indiana. Out of state inquiries will be forwarded to the appropriate state leaders for further contact and information.
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