Tax Help Colorado
About the Program
A partnership between The Piton Foundation and the Colorado Community College System, Tax Help Colorado offers free tax preparation assistance to individuals who earn less than about $52,000 a year, helping to ease the burden of commercial tax preparation costs on low-wage earners. The program was launched in 2007 to help link even more Colorado families to valuable tax credits such as the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).
The program utilizes community college and high school students who take an accredited course on income tax preparation then operate free tax sites on their campuses for college credit. Learn more about the Tax Help Colorado program on college and high school campuses.
During the 2014 tax season, Tax Help Colorado provided free tax assistance to more than 10,400 individuals, helping them claim more than $20.6 million in tax refunds, including nearly $8 million from the EITC. In addition, the program saved families nearly $2 million in commercial tax preparation fees.
During the 2015 tax season, hundreds of IRS-certified students at 18 colleges and seven high schools will operate 26 free tax sites across the state. Dowload our flier to view a full list of our free tax site locations and operating schedules.
|Adams City High School||Centauri High School||Legacy High School||Otero Junior College|
|Adams State University||Community College of Denver||Metro State University||Pikes Peak Community College|
|Aims Community College||DeVry University||Morgan Community College||Pueblo Community College|
|Arapahoe Community College||Emily Griffith Technical College||Mountain Range High School||Red Rocks Community College|
|Aurora Central High School||Front Range Community College||Northeastern Junior College||Southwest Colorado Community College|
|CCCOnline||Horizon High School||Northglenn High School||
Trinidad State Junior College
If you are interested in learning how your school can get involved in Tax Help Colorado, please contact the program's statewide coordinator, Laurie Morris.