CA$H Maine

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If you, or your household, made $54,000 or less in 2016, get your income taxes prepared for free by IRS-certified volunteer tax preparers!

Once you receive tax statements from all income received in 2016, contact one of the CA$H Coalitions for FREE tax preparation.

Income Tax Tip: Find out if you qualify for other tax credits like the Earned Income Tax Credit and the Child Tax Credit. You may be eligible to receive up to $6,318!

ASL: Earned Income Tax Credit-Get It Right

 

“This program has been very helpful for our family. Everyone does an excellent job, thanks!”   -Wade S.

Can’t find a location near you? Do your taxes at home.

If your individual or combined household income is up to $64,000, try our Do-it-Yourself option, and file your federal and state income taxes for free at myfreetaxes.com/maine. If you have questions while you are doing your return, you can call 1-855-MY-TX-HELP (1-855-698-9435) for assistance.

“The woman who helped me was wonderful. She was very helpful and informative. I had a great experience and will be back next year!” – Emily B.

Can't find a location? File for free at

myfreetaxes.com

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Group of people from DRME Deaf Services, USM and CA$H GP.

CA$H Greater Portland Hosts Successful ASL Tax Day

Posted March 24, 2017

Volunteers from DRME Deaf Services, USM, and CA$H GP CA$H Greater Portland hosted their 9th annual American Sign Language (ASL) Tax Day on Saturday, February 25th.  On ASL Tax Day CA$H Greater Portland, Disability Rights Maine (DRME) – Deaf Services, and University of Southern Maine (USM) volunteers assisted 37 filers, 36 of whom were able… Read more

Woman wearing a hat

Tax prep volunteer puts minds at ease

Posted February 28, 2017

Longtime L-A CA$H volunteer Monica Lee sits at the Lewiston Memorial Armory recently during a daily tax preparation session.   Lee, who has been assisting residents with taxes for 10 years, says the program helps people “ease their mind.” Written by Andrew Rice and published in the Sun Journal on February 20, 2017. Not many… Read more