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If you, or your household, made $55,000 or less in 2018, get your income taxes prepared for free by IRS-certified volunteer tax preparers!

Once you receive tax statements from all income received in 2018, 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 $6,431!

“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 $66,000, 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.

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Young Woman in graduation attire with Adult Education Honor Society certificate

Expanding EITC to Help Maine’s Young Workers

Posted August 9, 2019

Balancing Work and School While Sharing A Car This year included many firsts for 19-year-old Dena Greiner. She started Adult Education Classes, a full-time job, and just filed her taxes for the first time. Although Dena didn’t graduate from high school because it wasn’t for her, she’s on track to provide for herself. By receiving… Read more

Two teenage boys and their mother

Increasing EITC to Help Maine’s Working Families

Posted August 9, 2019

Supporting Her Family on a Tight Budget When Lisa Clark and her husband decided to start a family, they knew raising children would be expensive. But they successfully started their own business and were financially on track. However, life changed in 2013 when her husband died an automobile accident. For a while, Lisa ran the… Read more

Toddler in a boat with his mother.

Staying Above Water with the Help of EITC

Posted July 15, 2019

Amber Kapiloff Stone grew up in Farmington. She left to get a degree at UMaine, spent a few obligatory years traveling and exploring and, of course, living in Portland. In the end she came back to Farmington. She is your stereotypical “boomerang” kid. High Cost of Living in Rural Maine Amber had never been a… Read more