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Filing your taxes doesn't have to be hard. Let us help you!

During tax season, we offer FREE tax preparation and e-filing services to qualified residents in Amador, Calaveras and Tuolumne counties earning 60k or less.
We offer 3 convenient ways to file:  
      1. In-Person (Sonora only)
      2. Drop-off in either Jackson or Sonora
      3. Virtual with our local IRS certified tax preparers.  

We may also be able to assist you in filing your taxes on your own.  Let us help determine your situation and get your taxes filed. 

Due to the federal disaster declarations in Amador, Tuolumne, Calaveras  & other counties the IRS has again extended the tax filing date to November 16, 2023.

To begin, click on the link below!

It will take you to a quick questionnaire that will ask about your tax situation and then

be delivered to our ATCAA Tax Preparation volunteers so that they can best assist you.

For appointments call our taxline: 209-268-6232 

File free with
Real Help. Local Virtual Volunteers Available.

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File your taxes for free. Get the assistance you need. 

More ways to file free on your own:
Note that the IRS and it's affiliates may charge you a fee to e-file based on your tax situation. It costs nothing to mail a paper return once you've prepared it. IRS Free File is available to any individual or family who earned $73,000 or less in 2022.


earned income TAX CREDIT

Earn more than $1 and less than 30k last year? Work for an employer or work for yourself?  You may be eligible for the cash-back California Earned Income Tax Credit and the Young Child Tax Credit for children under 6.

 ITIN fliers are also eligible. File free and claim your credits today.
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If you didn’t get the full Economic Impact Payment, you may be eligible to claim the Recovery Rebate Credit

If you didn’t get any payments or got less than the full amounts, you may qualify for the credit to get your money, even if you don’t normally file taxes. See Recovery Rebate Credit for more information.


Go to BANK ON, whose goal is to ensure that everyone has access to a safe and affordable bank or credit union account. These low-cost, no-overdraft, no-surprise-fee accounts can help you claim your refund, stimulus or other payments.

What you'll need for tax preparation.

Download the checklist


-Valid Photo ID for taxpayer and spouse.


-Valid Social Security Cards or ITIN #'s for taxpayer, spouse, and dependents. (Acceptable substitutes are a letter from the Social Security Administration, form SSA-1099 or Medicare card that includes the letter "A" after the SSN.


-Birth dates for self, spouse and dependents


-All income statements: W-2, 1099’s, Social Security Benefits statements, etc.


-Any Interest and dividend statements from banks (form 1099).


-A copy of last year’s federal and state returns, if available.


-Bank routing numbers and account numbers for direct deposit if there is a refund.


-Statement & Tax ID# from childcare provider. 


-Total paid for daycare (if applicable) and the daycare provider’s identifying number.

-Proof of Medical Insurance form 1095-A, 1095-B or 1095-C.


-Other income/expense information if applicable (e.g. Tuition Credit, Form 1098-T, Student Loan Interest form 1098-E. Tip, gambling, lottery or other income. Retirement income or payments from pensions. Self-employment income/expenses.




Our tax preparation services are seasonal and volunteer-driven. Though we've extended our season through the summer months,  we are closed for tax prep and are gearing up for the 2024 tax season. 

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