VITA, or Volunteer Income Tax Assistance,  is a program created by the IRS. It was created to assist low income individuals and families with their taxes, and to offer them a free way of filing. With this program, individuals and families can save money and avoid the trouble that comes with failing to file taxes.

How To Use VITA

If you’re interested in free tax help, you can visit one of our three sites – Watonga, Clinton and Woodward.  All of the taxes are filed for free and the program sends taxes directly to the IRS.

To file, you need to provide us with:

If you have any questions, please call one of our main offices.


The low-to-moderate income threshold for FY 2024, Tax Year 2022, is $64,000. The threshold is based on Tax Year 2023 EITC AGI limits as shown below: Earned income and Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) must each be less than:
  • $56,838 ($63,398 if Married Filing Jointly) with three or more qualifying children
  • $52,918 ($59,478 i if Married Filing Jointly) with two qualifying children
  • $46,560 ($53,120 if Married Filing Jointly) with one qualifying child
  • $17,640 ($24,210 if Married Filing Jointly) with no qualifying child
The maximum EITC for 2023:
  • $7,430 with three or more qualifying children
  • $6,604 with two qualifying children
  • $3,995 with one qualifying child
  • $600 with no qualifying child
  • Investment income limit: $11,000
If you are needing to check on your refund with the IRS, then visit this page and follow the instructions provided. We do not keep any of your tax documents on file at any of our offices. All documents are given back to the client for record retention. However, if you do need a copy of your taxes, we can get back into the system to retrieve you a copy of it.

For tax assistance, we’re here to help.

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