Tax Help for the Deaf

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In my post last week, I said that you could figure out everything you needed to know on the IRS website.  While that is true, if English is not your native language that could prove difficult.  I don’t know if my statistics are current, but last I knew American Sign Language was the third most spoken language in the United States.  So if ASL is your native language, the IRS has videos that are there to provide you the tax help everyone else receives in a language that is not foreign to you.  Here is one of them.  For more, you can visit the IRS’s YouTube page.

Oh, but like I said earlier…ALWAYS file a return!  They reason they say you don’t have to file is because the government probably owes you money.  He tells you this, too.  🙂

2 thoughts on “Tax Help for the Deaf

  1. jlcollinsnh

    always file is great advice. Working at VITA today I prepared the return for a single home with two kids.

    She had $104 withheld over the year. She was not required to file. But with the various tax credits she walked out with a refund of $1880.

    The IRS is interesting in the way they train us volunteers. They strongly emphasize that the returns must be accurate. But as part of that accuracy the IRS insists we make sure the taxpayer gets every deduction and credit to which they are intitled.


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