Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
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Puzzled by the tax law or which credits and deductions to take? Need assistance with your tax return? You may want to visit STU VITA!
What Does STU VITA Do?
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is a partnership between the Internal Revenue Service and St. Thomas University School of Law. St. Thomas Student volunteers have been providing FREE Income Tax Preparation Assistance to low-income, elderly, disabled, and limited English speaking people for over 28 years within the Miami Gardens community.
Who can benefit from VITA?
STU VITA offers free tax help to low- to moderate-income (generally, $42,000 and below) people who cannot prepare their own tax returns.
STU VITA Volunteer's Qualifications -
Our volunteers get free training and certification by the IRS after satisfactorily completing an online exam.
STU's Commitment to the surrounding community-
Year Total Returns Flied Total Refunds
2008 604 $544,029.00
STU VITA's Supervising Professor Mark J. Wolff
Prof. Wolff created and supervises the St. Thomas Vita program since its inception in 1984
Prof. Wolff received his
B.A. from Wadhams Hall Seminary-College
J.D. magna cum laude from Nova Southeastern University School of Law
LL.M. (in Taxation) from New York University Graduate School of Law
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