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Free Tax Help - Preparacion gratuita de declaraciones de impuestos.

 

 

 

 

 

WHEN?

  • Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. (through April 10, 2013)
  • Saturdays from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (through April 13, 2013)

WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO BRING TO GET YOUR TAXES DONE FOR FREE:

  • Picture I.D. for taxpayer and spouse (if applicable)
  • ORIGINAL Social Security card for EACH family member
  • Proof of income, including W2 and 1099 forms
  • Documentation of deductible expenses
  • Account and routing numbers of checking and savings accounts for direct deposit of refunds
  • Prior year tax return (if possible)

LO QUE USTED NECESITARÁ PARA PODER PREPARAR LA DECLARACIÓN DE IMPUESTOS GRATIS:

  • Tarjeta de identificación con foto para el contribuyente y su cónyuge (si aplíca)
  • Tarjeta de Seguro Social (SSN) ORIGINAL para CADA MIEMBRO de la familia
  • Documentación de ingresos, incluyendo las formas W2 y 1099
  • Documentación de gastos deducibles
  • El número de cuenta y número de ruta (RTN) para la cuenta de ahorros y de cheques para el depósito directo del reembolso en su cuenta.
  • La declaración de impuestos del ano anterior (si es possible)

 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance - Taskforce of Southern Arizona

 

 

 

 

 

Neighborhood Associations
The following neighborhood associations lie within the Sunnyside Unified School District and are active participants in the Southside Neighborhood Association Presidential Partnership (SNAPP):

  • Cherry Avenue Neighborhood Assocation
  • Drexel Neighborhood Assocation
  • Elvira Neighborhood Association
  • Sunnyside Neighborhood Association

To find out more about these neighborhood associations and their boundaries,view Associations and Neighborhood Maps. City and County Agencies ■=24 hour/day ♦=Se habla español ▲=Multilingual translator available Child Care Resource and Referral - 1-800-308-9000 ♦ Family Support and Financial Help

  • Department of Economic Security (DES) 1-800-352-8401 ♦ Includes: job service, food stamps and aid to families with dependent children (TANF)
  • Child Abuse Hotline 1-888-767-2445 ♦■▲

Counseling and Emotional Support

  • Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence 1-800-782-6400 ♦
  • Mentally Ill Kids in Distress (MIKID) 1-800-356-4543
  • Arizona parent education training & support 1-602-248-0428 ♦■
  • The Birth to Five Helpline 1-877-705-5437 ♦

Community Information and Referral - 1-800-362-3474 ♦■ Includes: referrals for homeless and domestic violence shelters, food banks, dental care, childcare, car seats, etc. Children's Information Center - 1-800-232-1676 ♦ Includes: AzEIP referrals, AHCCCS inquiries, newborn screening, immunization, and community health nurses Special Needs

  • Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP) 1-888-439-5609 ♦ Includes: Screening for developmental disabilities, physical handicaps and behavioral health needs.
  • Children’s Rehabilitation Services (CRS) 1-800-231-8261 ♦
  • ARC—formerly Assoc. for Retarded Citizens 1-866-501-2721 ♦

Graffiti Abatement Hotlines
If you observe graffiti within sight of your school, please report it to the graffiti hotlines to have it removed.

  • Within Tucson city limits 791-4605
  • Pima County 792-8224

Tucson Youth Resources Online www.tucsonyag.org
The Tucson Young Adult Guide, also referred to as Tucson YAG, is an online, user-friendly resource guide for young adults from 13-23 years old. Most of the information is directed towards 16-21 year olds. Our goal is provide resources for all populations, whether you have been involved with the foster care system, behavioral health, have experienced homelessness, all or none of the above. Visit the site, and use the link at bottom left, to see what's offered and to add your agency's services.

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