|Form 1040 AGI||$7,168,409|
|Form 1040 Refunds||$327,882|
|Form 1040NR AGI||$1,020,435|
|Form 1040NR Refunds||$38,240|
2013 SDSU VITA will be open Tuesdays (1600–1730) and Saturdays (0900–1030) in room EBA-113 on the SDSU Campus.
Come as early as you can, since we will service the first 30 taxpayers to arrive each session. Alternatively, you may reserve a spot.
|Tuesday Domestic||4/02/2013||Closed||Spring Break|
|Saturday Domestic||4/06/2013||Closed||Spring Break|
|Friday Non-Resident||4/05/2013||Closed||Spring Break|
The scope of SDSU's VITA program generally includes the following:
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) is an IRS program designed to assist low income taxpayers file their tax returns. Volunteers at this location are SDSU students that have been trained and certified by the IRS to prepare tax returns.
The complexities and the nature of tax law are obstacles that discourage and frustrate many low-income taxpayers' efforts to complete their own returns. In fact, many taxpayers who are entitled to refunds do not even file a tax return at all because they do not understand the various credits and deductions to which they may be entitled. Commercial tax preparers may be too costly an option for low-income taxpayers. This is where VITA comes into play.
SDSU's VITA program will prepare federal, state, and city income tax returns, without charge, for anyone meeting certain financial guidelines. The service is provided on a first-come, first-served basis and your returns are prepared while you wait.