On April 15, our 12th season of free tax help for low-income households came to a close. This season was another huge success. But don’t take our word for it – check out what our clients have to say.
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Training for new and returning tax client greeters.
To learn more about tax client greeters, visit http://www.justharvest.org/get-involved/volunteer/tax-season-volunteer-opportunities/
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Every year – thanks to many, many dedicated volunteers – we help a few thousand low-income families access several million dollars in tax credits. Those numbers keep going up every year, because every year we have more volunteers!
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Tax season 2013 wrapped up April 15 – and what a busy one it was this year! Many thanks to our volunteers who donated over 4,300 hours to make this year such a success! As a lead organization in the United Way of Allegheny County’s Money in Your Pocket Coalition, Just Harvest operated four volunteer […]
With only two weeks left in our “Give Paychecks a Boost” campaign, Just Harvest tax preparers have completed over 1200 Federal tax returns free of charge, with clients receiving over $2.5 million dollars in refunds! The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is responsible for over half of the refund amount, “making work pay” for hundreds […]
By Ken Regal, Co-Director of Just Harvest Many of us have just received or will soon be receiving a “tax rebate” check from the federal government as a part of the Economic Stimulus bill passed by Congress and signed by President Bush earlier this year. My question is why do we so readily accept the […]
Last week, refunds received by Just Harvest’s clients hit the $600,000 mark! This is a tremendous benefit to Allegheny County’s low- and moderate-income workers, and a terrific economic boost to the Pittsburgh area! Thanks again to all our hard-working tax preparers and volunteers. On Monday, Feb. 11, we’ll finally be able to begin submitting returns […]