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Income Tax Preparation


Year-Round Tax Center Opens in June

Do you need help filing past returns, applying for an ITIN, responding to the IRS, or correcting or ammending a past year return, but miss the April 15th deadline? The Community Financial Center will re-open on June 3rd as our Year-Round Tax Center. For hours and locations, click here!

Program Contact
(512) 610-7374


We prepare taxes for free for individuals and families who make less than $50,000 annually.   If your household size is greater than 4, then we increase the income eligiblity by $5,000 for each additional family member. 

Schedule an Appointment

Our appointment schedule for year-round tax prep will be available in mid-May.  

What to Bring

Use this this easy checklist to make sure you have everything you need to have your taxes prepared.  En Español

Frequently Asked Questions

Question about taxes you filed with us?  

Email or call 512-610-7374.   We will do our best to return your phone call as soon as possible.  

Where's my refund?  

If you haven't received your refund yet, go to and use thier "Where's my refund?"  tool on the right hand side of the page.  You'll need your tax return handy.  

Ready to file on your own?

If you are comfortable using a computer and would like to prepare your own taxes without paying for the software, we'll recommend a self-prep software available through this website.  It's fast, easy and free if you make under $52,000 annually.  Click here to get started!  If you run into any questions while preparing your return, please send an email to  

Where can I get a copy of my tax return transcript or tax account transcript?

Click here for an easy-to-use guide on tax transcripts.

Are you experiencing issues with the IRS?

The Taxpayer Advocacy Panel (TAP) may be able to help. TAP is a Federal Advisory Committee made up of volunteers. Based on feedback from the public, TAP members are dedicated to helping taxpayers improve IRS customer service and responsiveness to taxpayer needs. Click here for more information or call 1-888-912-1227.

Do you only prepare taxes in Austin?

We have four locations in Austin and one location at the Round Rock Public Library.  Other organizations offer free tax-prep in Williamson County; click here for a list of those sites. We also prepare taxes in the Dallas/Fort Worth, click here for information on those sites.  For a list of all free-tax prep sites nationally, click here.

How can I volunteer at a Community Tax Center? 

 Our tax centers rely upon hundreds of volunteers who serve as tax preparers, client liasons, and translators.  It's too late to sign up as a volunteer for the 2014 tax season.  However, there are many other ways to get involved with Foundation Communities (and our 2015 volunteer recruitment will begin in October 2014, so keep us on your calendar!).  For more information about volunteering email  

Foundation Communities does not discriminate in its provision of services through all its programs on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, or political beliefs.