Legal Aid Service of Broward County’s (LAS) Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) assists individuals with a federal income tax controversy not exceeding $50,000 in any taxable year.
Who is Eligible?
Individuals whose income is not more than 250% of the federal poverty guidelines with a federal tax controversy not exceeding $50,000 in a single year.
What LITC Does
LAS’s Low Income Taxpayer Clinic provides representation on federal tax matters before the IRS and in federal courts including the United States Tax Court. The Clinic can provide assistance in preparation of prior year tax returns and in preparation of amended returns, if such assistance is necessary to resolve a controversy. The Clinic CANNOT prepare and file tax returns for the current year. The clinic will not provide assistance in criminal cases.
Types of Cases
LITC can assist you in most tax controversies $50,000 in a taxable year including:
What You Need
Clients are seen by appointment only. Call 954-736-2477. Initial interviews are at the Legal Aid Center of Law and Social Justice located at 491 North State Road 7, Plantation, Florida 33317.
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The Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) is not a part of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the United States Tax Court or Florida Department of Revenue. Although the clinic receives funding from the IRS, the clinic and its employees and volunteers are not affiliated with the IRS and the taxpayer’s decision to use the LITC will not affect the taxpayer’s rights before the IRS. All telephone conversations and client interview/discussions are confidential and all legal services are free to eligible clients.