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Free Virtual & Drop-off Tax Preparation

NEW: Virtual & Drop-off Tax Preparation
February 1st, 2021 - April 15th, 2021
By Appointments Only!!!
For Taxpayers With Household Incomes: at $57,000 or less with dependents at $38,000 or less without dependents
FOR MORE INFO - Please call: Delaware 2-1-1 or (800) 560-3372 Click on link below for details
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Volunteer Opportunities for you!

We need volunteers to help with our free tax preparation campaign in 3 key roles - tax preparers (prepare taxes), financial navigators (work with clients to open accounts and make referrals), and greeters (welcome & screen clients for eligibility). We provide all the training! Incorporated in 2001, as a community-based outreach initiative, Nehemiah Gateway CDC (NGCDC) delivers economic services to approximately 12,000 individuals with the generous support of volunteers throughout the year. The Delaware Tax & Financial Services Campaign is the hallmark program of NGCDC targeting individuals and families with incomes at or below $57,000. The Campaign offers free tax preparation services and opens financial accounts at 10 - 15 tax sites each year from January to April. The program lifts more children out of poverty than any other social program by using the US tax community members and partner organizations to improve local economics in the entire state.
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Nehemiah Gateway on Facebook!

Visit us on our Facebook page to keep in touch with all our social activities throughout the year. You can see photos of our recent projects and events and even keep up with our community tips. We look forward to having you as our friend!
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Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

The IRS is a bureau of the Department of the Treasury and one of the world's most efficient tax administrators. In fiscal year 2010, the IRS collected more than $2.3 trillion in revenue and processed more than 230 million tax returns.

The IRS Mission: Provide America's taxpayers top quality service by helping them understand and meet their tax responsibilities and enforce the law with integrity and fairness to all.
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United Way of Delaware

United Way of Delaware incorporated in 1946 as United Fund of Wilmington. Twenty-two charter agencies received more than $700,000 in funding raised that year alone!

In 1947, United Fund adopted the Red Feather as the symbol to unite the Wilmington movement with the national movement, which joined together United Way volunteers and staff to advocate for change.

The next three decades brought a new name -- United Way of Delaware - and new symbols - the rainbow and helping hand. United Way of Delaware campaigns were progressively more successful, raising an unheard-of $30 million in 2002.
Today, United Way of Delaware employs nearly forty committed individuals, occupying four offices statewide. Campaign 2010, our 64th, is on track to raise $21 million for those Delawareans in need.
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First State Community Action Agency

In 1964, the poverty rate in the US was hovering around 19%. During President Lyndon B. Johnson's State of the Union Address in January of '65, he attacked the problem head on and officially declared "War on Poverty". Congress responded by passing the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 thereby creating the Office of Economic Opportunity to administer federal funds for use by states on anti-poverty fighting measures. The funds would be distributed to a network of Community Action Agencies (CAAs) - nonprofit private and public organizations established by the Economic Opportunity Act to fight America's War on Poverty.
Around this same time, a group of concerned citizens in the Georgetown area formed the Sussex County Community Action Agency. The group applied for federal recognition of non-profit status and was incorporated on April 12, 1966 thus becoming Delaware's first and only federally recognized Community Action Agency.
Today there are approximately 1000 Community Action Agencies serving the poor in every state as well as Puerto Rico and the Trust Territories. First State CAA is proud to be a part of the Community Action Agency family. This year marks 48 years of Community Action Agencies serving America's poor and disadvantaged.
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Keep Track of Your Expenses

Gaining control of your financial situation and using money to help you reach your goals is possible, but first you must recognize where your money goes. Evaluate your habits. Start by jotting down everything you think you spend money on during a one-month period. Next, make a list of what you actually spend during that month. Be sure to write down everything you buy and how much it costs. Include rent, car insurance, groceries, and even small purchases such as coffee or snacks.

To help you track your monthly expenses, download the Tracking Your Expenses Worksheet.
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Plugging Your Spending Leaks

Plug Spending Leaks
Now that you know exactly how you spend your money each month, you've probably noticed areas where small amounts of money are disappearing. Examples of spending leaks include buying expensive coffee drinks daily, eating lunch out every day, and making impulse purchases. While it may not seem like you're spending much at the time, these leaks can add up to quite a bit of money over a month or year.
Make a plan for controlling unnecessary spending with the Plug Spending Leaks Worksheet.
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