Volunteers from Volusia-Flagler Counties’ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) – United Way assisted the program in guiding the complexity of the tax filing procedure and maximizing their monetary aid.

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United Way volunteers | Daytona Times

On January 30 – April 18, volunteers from United Way helped individuals in receiving their tax refunds. The United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties has attended nine regional tax preparation areas. The VITA has completed and obtained $1,919,176 tax refunds and transmitted them to over 2,000 nationwide returns with a moderate part of $1,304. The VITA volunteers have dedicated their time and passion to serving the community, complying their time for over 5,000 hours across the region in every site. They are delivering and assisting taxpayers with an assurance of fairness and observation.

The United Way volunteers ensured the taxpayers would get the money they deserved, especially the critical tax credits such as the Child Tax Credit (CTC) and Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) – affecting their overall financial standing. According to Lawrence Anderson, Community Partnerships Manager at United Way VFC in Daytona Times, the United Way volunteers were eager to help. They were fascinated by the success of their assistance. Their dedication and help to many taxpayers across the region have impacted the community’s partnership. To know more about the United Way, visit www.unitedwayvfc.org/.

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