Tax and Stimulus Information

Legal Aid does not prepare tax returns or provide tax advice. Legal Aid might be able to answer your questions about missing stimulus payments. Click here for information about how to get our help




For the 2021 tax year, the Child Tax Credit amounts have increased, and you don’t have to have income to get the money! Also, you don’t have to wait until the end of the tax year to get your money in a refund. The IRS will be sending half of this money out in advance (each month between July and December). People who file taxes will get the advance payments automatically. Others may have to file 2020 taxes or register for the credit. Click here to see our flyer. It has details and says how to get more information.





Are you missing any of your stimulus payments?  It’s not too late!  Our flyer tells you what to do about it.







The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a benefit for working people who have low to moderate income. This  flyer provides more information on the EITC.






For the 2020 tax year, you may be able to get a larger EITC benefit by using your 2019 income if it was higher than your 2020 income. Also, the maximum amount of income you can earn and still get the credit has increased. Click here to learn more.






For the 2020 tax year, if your income is less than $150,000, you do not have to pay tax on unemployment income of up to $10,200. Click here to learn more.







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