Admissions & Aid
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) is an IRS-sponsored program that was established in 1969. VITA is a free tax-preparation program that is offered to low- to moderate-income persons (generally $35,000 and below for individuals, and $75,000 and below for families), persons with disabilities, and elderly members of the community who most need tax assistance and cannot afford the services of a paid preparer.
Single Stop’s IRS-certified VITA/TCE volunteers can help you prepare and file your taxes.
To participate, you will need:
Contact us at:
Benjamin Langer, CPA
VITA Program Director
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) seeks to fulfill the needs of the surrounding community. Our mission is threefold:
Disclaimer: The Brooklyn College VITA program is a community service program run by student volunteers who undergo vigorous training and testing prior to certification by the IRS. Although we endeavor to ensure the accuracy of our services and the information on our website, Brooklyn College VITA and affiliated persons give no warranty, expressed or implied, to the accuracy, reliability, relevance, or completeness of information or service provided. No actions of Brooklyn College VITA volunteers constitute tax or legal advice. Brooklyn College VITA encourages the use of professional services by certified public accountants or paid tax preparers whenever possible.