TOMA TU TAX refund eitc
Day One has been awarded by the Office of Minority Health a grant to help low income communities learn about Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and provide free tax preparation through our IRS certified tax volunteers at Cal State LA and Cal Poly Pomona.
EITC is a tax refund and is a benefit for working people with low to moderate income. Our tax preparers help check your eligibility during your appointment and file it in your tax return. If you are a worker with dependent children that have annual incomes below $56,000, you may be eligible for the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)!
Research shows that EITC can decrease poverty, improve family health, reduce family stress, and improve graduation rates! However, one in five eligible filers don't claim the EITC. We want to help raise awareness about this benefit so you can enjoy the extra money with your family.
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free tax preparation
We offer free tax preparation at 3 sites in partnership with Cal State LA and Cal Poly Pomona. Community members arrive at our office locations and we help you log onto Zoom with the tax preparer. Our services are free because of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) where tax certified volunteers volunteer their time to offer free tax preparation to families making less than $57K.
Last day to request a tax appointment: May 6th or until spots are filled.
Please click on the blue button to register for an appointment. If you need direct assistance, with our registration form, please call the below:
Young & Healthy
Ask for Lupe or Maya
Day One Office at Jeff Seymour Family Center
10900 Mulhall St #15
El Monte, CA 91731
Saturday (5/8): 18 slots left!
Day One Office
1351 S Main St
Pomona, Ca 91766
Friday (5/7): 18 slots left!
Young & Healthy Office
136 W Peoria St
Pasadena, CA 91103
No more appointments available
Check your eligibility
In order to qualify for the federal EITC, check these basic requirements below. This is not a comprehensive checklist for your specific situation.
Social Security number
You must have a social security number and be a U.S. citizen or resident alien living in the U.S. all year.
The maximum earned annual income limit with 3 dependent children is $57,000.
You can file as single, head of household, jointly filing and married, widower/widow. You cannot file independently but married.
You must be 25-65 years of age.