CAPP's VITA program offers free tax preparation to residents who make less than $60k/year. The VITA program's 1040 Team will prepare and e-file taxes to help residents keep 100% of what is owed to them.

CAPP VITA starts Monday January 30th 2023

The VITA program runs from January 30th 2023 through April 18th 2023.

Residents looking for assistance may walk-in without an appointment during VITA program hours for the initial intake process and to drop off required paperwork. To keep our staff and residents safe, we ask that residents wear a mask and maintain social distance while on site. Taxes are prepared remotely and filed electronically by IRS certified volunteers.

Community Action Partnership of Providence County
518 Hartford Avenue, Providence, RI
Mondays from 9:30am to 2:30pm

Tuesdays from 5:30pm to 8:30pm

*Closed on Monday Holidays

Algonquin House / Rhode Island Indian Council
807 Broad Street, Providence, RI
Fridays 9:30am to 2:30pm

For more information, contact:

Wendy M. Heugas
VITA Site Coordinator

401-273-2000 x159

Items you need to bring to the VITA/TCE sites to have your tax returns prepared:

Residents will also need to fill out IRS intake form 13614-C. Volunteers can assist with this; it is available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Creole-French, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Tagalog and Vietnamese. Nonresident intake form can be found HERE.

Social Security Cards

Individuals who need proof of their SSN and cannot locate their card, will need to apply for a *replacement card, which takes up to 14 business days.

Setting up a My Social Security account is easy. To create an account, an individual provides some personal information and answers to some questions that only they are likely to know. Next step is to create a username and password to access their online account. This process keeps personal Social Security information private.