Every year our volunteers help low-income families get critical financial relief by maximizing their tax refund.
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Answers to frequently asked questions about the first two stimulus payments from the federal government to help people through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Just Harvest calls on Republican White House and Congressional officials to immediately re-open government so it can fulfill its critical functions.
Worried about the nation’s critical anti-hunger and anti-poverty programs? Here’s how the shutdown is affecting the people Just Harvest serves.
On April 15, our 12th season of free tax help for low-income households came to a close. This season was another huge success. But don’t take our word for it – check out what our clients have to say.
Training for new and returning tax client greeters.
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Want to do your own tax return for free? Go to My Free Taxes to electronically file your federal and state return free of charge. Individuals and families earning up to $57,000 are eligible. As an extra bonus, using the link below to file your taxes can help Just Harvest with future grant funding! Visit www.myfreetaxes.com/uwac
Tax season 2013 wrapped up April 15 – and what a busy one it was this year! Many thanks to our volunteers who donated over 4,300 hours to make this year such a success! As a lead organization in the United Way of Allegheny County’s Money in Your Pocket Coalition, Just Harvest operated four volunteer […]
With only two weeks left in our “Give Paychecks a Boost” campaign, Just Harvest tax preparers have completed over 1200 Federal tax returns free of charge, with clients receiving over $2.5 million dollars in refunds! The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is responsible for over half of the refund amount, “making work pay” for hundreds […]
By Ken Regal, Co-Director of Just Harvest Many of us have just received or will soon be receiving a “tax rebate” check from the federal government as a part of the Economic Stimulus bill passed by Congress and signed by President Bush earlier this year. My question is why do we so readily accept the […]