Free Tax Help for NM residents
Get help from IRS-qualified tax preparers
Funding free tax prep to low-income individuals & families
THE FINANCIAL RESOURCES PEOPLE NEED
Tax Help New Mexico is a free tax-filing resource for people whose household income is $65,000 or less or those who are 65 years or older.
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Appointment booking will return next tax season.
We encourage those interested to book early, as spots fill up quickly. Our volunteers will work with each individual to ensure they receive the necessary support and guidance needed to complete the tax filing process accurately and efficiently.
Scroll down for other United Way free tax service information.
Outside of Albuquerque? Use the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) link to find a site near you.
Tax Help New Mexico cannot file the following taxes as it is outside our scope of service:
- Income from rental properties
- Married filing separately
- Farming income
- Mortgage Assistance payments
*List is not inclusive. Click now to view the complete list of VITA’s Scope of Service.
Review the checklist of needed items to bring to your appointment below.
TAX HELP CHECKLIST OF NEEDED ITEMS TO BRING
Proof of Identification
Tax payer(s) must have a valid photo ID (Driver license, state issued ID, passport, military ID, tribal ID)
SOCIAL SECURITY CARD(S)
Social Security card(s) or ITIN (Individual Tax Identification Number) documents for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else on your return
For you, your spouse and dependents on the tax return
Wage and earnings statements (W-2, W-2G, 1099-R, 1099-Misc) from all employers
Interest and dividend statements from banks (Form 1099)
All 1098 Forms, child or dependent care expenses (Daycare provider tax id # required), property tax payments
Bring your bank routing & account number for direct deposit (e.g.: blank check). If you do not have a bank account, please visit the Bank On Burque website for information on where to access safe, affordable, and functioning checking accounts.
PROOF OF HEALTHCARE
Form 1095-A, B and C, Health Coverage Statements or Health Insurance Exemption Certificate (if received)
MARRIED FILING JOINTLY
Both spouses must be present with proper documentation to complete tax return
A copy of last year’s federal and state returns, if available, and all other tax-related documents