If you need help dealing with the IRS and are having financial difficulties, or if you speak English as a second language and need help understanding your taxpayer rights and responsibilities, you may be eligible for Accounting Aid Society’s Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC).
|Size of Family||Income Ceiling|
(250% of poverty Guidelines)
For each additional person, add $12,850.
Accounting Aid Society can help you if:
- You got a notice or letter from the IRS
- You need legal help in US tax court
- Your property has been taken to settle a tax debt
- The IRS has denied you the Earned Income Tax Credit
- You need help with an Injured or Innocent Spouse Claim
- You don’t believe you owe the amount of money the IRS is asking you to pay
- You need to settle a tax debt
- Your identity has been stolen
- You are being audited
- You need to help setting up a payment plan with the IRS
How to contact LITC:
How we help you
We help you deal with the IRS by providing:
Representation and Support
We make sure you’re treated fairly by providing no-cost legal representation in your dispute with the IRS.
We provide education on the US tax system to help you understand and comply with your responsibilities as a taxpayer, exercise your rights, and prevent disputes down the road.
We promote fairness and integrity in the tax system by identifying and advocating for issues that impact low-income and ESL taxpayers.
DISCLAIMER: Although Low-Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITC) receive partial funding from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Accounting Aid Society’s LITC, employees, and volunteers are completely independent of the IRS.