Free Tax Help for Pueblo

February 10, 2013

The Piton Foundation is conducting astatewide public information campaign to make sure eligible lower-income families claim the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and other tax credits designed to help families with low- and moderate incomes meet their basic needs.

Visit the Tax Help Colorado website to get more information about how you can get your tax return prepared and e-filed for free by IRS-certified college students. Services are free to taxpayers with household incomes of less than $50,000.

Make sure to bring the following documents with you to the tax site.

All W-2’s, 1099s and any other income-related documents.

Proof of mortgage interest, property taxes, daycare payments, charitable contributions and all other tax deductible expenses.

For college expenses: In addition for Form 1098T from your college, it is important to bring your own records of expenses paid for tuition, books, fees and supplies.

Social Security Cards (or TINS) for all family members and a Photo ID.

A copy of last year’s tax return, if available.

Ban account number and routing number to direct deposit your refund. With direct deposit, refunds are received in just 10-14 days.

In Pueblo:

Pueblo Community College

900 West Orman Ave

Gorsich Advanced Tech Center

January 26-March 2

Saturdays, 9am -3pm, Thursdays, 5-8pm

For more locations outside of Pueblo see