Tax help is available in your neighborhood and in your language from IRS-certified volunteers
United Way of King County’s tax sites will help you get all the credits you qualify for and file your return electronically, so you’ll get your refund fast.
Volunteers can also help you access: 2020 Census Assistance, free financial coaching resources, healthcare, ORCA Lift, and other public benefits. Tax site locations will have information and volunteers available to help fill out your Census Questionnaire when it becomes available in March and April.
No appointment needed and no fees to pay. Visit one of their 33 locations to get help filing taxes. Learn more>
Need Help? Ask a Librarian 24/7
Need help or have a comment? Use “Ask a Librarian” by:
- Telephone – call 206-386-4636 during Central Library hours
- Email – responses within two business days
- In person – at these Library locations
AARP offers tax preparation and assistance for low and moderate-income individuals aged 60 and older. To locate the nearest AARP Tax-Aide site, call 888-227-7669 or Learn more>
The University of Washington Federal Tax Clinic
The Tax Clinic represents income-eligible taxpayers who have ongoing disputes with the Internal Revenue Service. Call 866-866-0158. Learn more>