Volunteer to prepare free taxes for low income households in your community.

If you are comfortable with numbers, like solving puzzles, and enjoy helping other people, volunteer tax preparation may be just the thing for you. United Way of Northern New Jersey offers free tax preparation services to lower-income households throughout our communities. Last year volunteer tax preparers completed over 5,000 tax returns. Their efforts helped bring $6.3 million in refunds back into people's pockets and the local economy!

 

You do not need an accounting or financial background. Training will be provided, online, starting in December 2020. You will be working virtually as part of a collaborative team to assure that you will be able to pass the IRS certification at an appropriate level.

 

The volunteer schedule is flexible.

Contact Information
  1. Monica Conover
  2. 973-993-1160 x529
  3. monica.conover@unitedwaynnj.org
Wed, March 03
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 03/03/2021 12:00pm 07/10/2021 1:00pm America/New_York Volunteer to prepare free taxes for low income households in your community.

If you are comfortable with numbers, like solving puzzles, and enjoy helping other people, volunteer tax preparation may be just the thing for you. United Way of Northern New Jersey offers free tax preparation services to lower-income households throughout our communities. Last year volunteer tax preparers completed over 5,000 tax returns. Their efforts helped bring $6.3 million in refunds back ...

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