What's it's like to operate without a bank account

We invited local leaders to walk in the shoes of the financially underserved. Doug Grow of MinnPost and Lee Schafer of the Star Tribune attended and wrote about their experience. 

It's not too late to volunteer this season

Interested in volunteering this tax season? We're holding a mid-season training on Friday, Feb. 20.

Celebrating 40 years of the EITC

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). We celebrated with Minnesota leaders Congressman Keith Ellison, Lt. Governor Tina Smith, Commissioner Cynthia Bauerly, and more. Check out our TV coverage.

Minnesota leaders celebrate 40 years of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)

This Saturday, Minnesota leaders including Congressman Keith Ellison, Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith, and Minnesota Department of Revenue Commissioner Cynthia Bauerly will speak with a recipient of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and non-profit leaders to raise awareness and highlight how vital the EITC is in lifting 300,000 Minnesotans out of poverty each year. 

Schedule a tax prep appointment

Three of our tax site locations require appointments. Make your appointment online or call 651-287-0187.

Tax clinics open on Jan. 22

We'll start preparing taxes at 10 locations across the Twin Cities on January 22, 2015.

End-of-year donations

Please consider an end-of-year donation to support our free tax clinics in 2015. Donations of $100+ get you a limited-edition #givetogeeks calendar.

Your gift will be doubled on Give to the Max Day!

Give on Thursday, November 13 and your gift will be doubled. Give $100+ and you'll get a limited-edition #givetogeeks calendar featuring local leaders and business owners.

Volunteer with us!

We are looking for volunteers for a variety of positions for the 2015 tax season!

National report commends Minnesota for work to reduce income inequality

The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) recently released a new report that highlights Minnesota for its work to reduce income inequality through improving the state’s Working Family Credit (WFC) and raising the minimum wage.