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Tax Forms & Free Tax Help Sites (for 2014 returns)
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Free Tax Help for University of Minnesota International Students
    • Individual Tax Help for International Students
      Download the flyer. Find details about dates and what you need to bring to the help session.

      Special Note:
      Two sessions will be held in Wilson Library:
      Saturday March 7, 1-4 pm, rooms S30 A & B
      Saturday April 4, 1-4pm, rooms S30 A & B

Free Tax Preparation Sites for Low Income Individuals, Disabled Individuals, Senior Citizens. 2014 Returns.
Qualifying taxpayers can get free help preparing their federal and state income tax returns at locations across Minnesota. You can get this help if any of the following are true: you are age 60 or older, you are disabled, you speak limited or no English or your income is $53,000 or less .
  • What Should I Bring?
    Find a complete list of recommended documents at this link. Be sure to scroll down the page to the "What Should I Bring With Me?" section.
Free Tax Help for Low Income Individuals and Families. 2014 Returns
Free Tax Help from Prepare + Prosper (formerly: AccountAbility Minnesota), 2015 sites.

Income guidelines: Individuals making $30,000 or less per year; OR Families making $53,000 or less per year.

Tax preparation for the deaf and hard-of-hearing community: We offer ASL-certified interpreters for individuals who are deaf or hard-of-hearing by appointment only. Appointments are available on: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 -- 7 p.m. Saturdays 9:30 -- 11 a.m. To make an appointment, call 651-262-2150 or email anel[at]

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