Don’t leave money on the table!
The average Earned Income Tax Credit for New Hampshire residents last year was $1,992. Yet the IRS estimates that 1 in 5 residents who are eligible for this tax credit do not claim it – leaving roughly $35 million on the table in NH alone.
If your family income is under $58,000, you qualify to get your taxes prepared and e-filed for free. And if you are eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit, the Child and Additional Child Tax Credit, Retirement Savers of Education Credit, you can see thousands of extra dollars returned to your bank account.
IRS-certified volunteer tax preparers are eager to help you navigate your tax returns in a welcoming environment and ensure that you leave with the maximum amount of money coming back.
Check back this fall for information on the 2017 tax season!
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