Free Tax Assistance Program

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Sponsored by Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency
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Parkman

Call (734) 284-6999 or (313) 388-9799 for an appointment.   Walk-ins are accepted.  Appointments are served first.

Eligibility guidelines for this free service are based on annual household income:

Maximum Income

Individuals $35,000
Families    $50,000

This free service includes preparation of Federal, State, City tax returns, and application for credits such as the Earned Income Tax Credit, First-Time Homebuyer Credit, Home Heating Credit, Homestead Property Tax Credit, and Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Incentives.

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