Nine free tax preparation sites opened around Spokane on Friday where low- to moderate-income Spokane County residents can receive help preparing and filing their 2012 taxes. The volunteer-run prep sites will be open through April 15, the last day to file your taxes.
The tax preparation sites are open to people who earned less than $50,270 in 2012, and assistance is being provided through a partnership between the Spokane County United Way, AARP, IRS and the local CASH asset building coalition.
If you plan on heading to one of the nine sites (listed below) to file your taxes, make sure to have all the necessary paperwork with you including the following:
- Your 2011 tax return
- A valid photo ID
- All income statements including W-2s and 1098 or 1099 forms for you and your spouse
- Social Security cards for you, your spouse and household members
- Proof of any other income for you and your spouse as well as banking information
- Child care provider information
- Property tax information if you are a homeowner
The following sites accept walk-ins:
Moran Prairie Library, 6004 S. Regal St. [Open Tues. from 2-5 pm; Sat. from 11 am-3 pm]
Spokane Valley Library, 12004 E. Main Ave. [Open Mon. from 4-7 pm; Fri. from 1-4 pm; and Sat. from 10 am-1 pm]
Deer Park Library, 208 S. Forest St. [Open Fri. from 11 am-3 pm]
Medical Lake City Hall, 124 S. Lefevre [Open Wed. and Thurs. from 5-7 pm]
Sites by appointment only:
Call 509-358-3526 to make an appointment at the following sites.
Cheney Library, 610 S. First St. [Open Thurs. from 4-7 pm; Fri. from 1-5 pm]
Northeast Community Center, 4001 N. Cook St. [Open Wed. from 4-8 pm; Thurs. and Sat. from 10 am-2 pm]
Numerica Credit Union, 301 N. Havana St. [Open Wed. and Thurs. from 10 am-2:30 pm]
Spokane County United Way, 920 N. Washington St., Ste. 100 [Open Tues. from 4-7 pm; Fri. from 9 am-2 pm; Sat. from 9 am-4 pm]
Downtown Spokane Public Library, 906 W. Main Ave. [Open Mon.-Wed. from 10:30 am-2 pm]